THE Old Guards Association Chairman of the NDC, Oheneba Asamoah Atuahene has described President John Dramani Mahama as a politically matured person who deserved to lead the good people of Ghana.
The Chairman who is one of the strong pioneers of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) said, the future of the party is very bright after the painful demise of the late president Mills but yet still, the late president has natured Mr. Mahama by given him the needed platform to excel himself in the political front for that matter, Mr. Mahama is capable of managing the affairs of the state as leadership is concern.
Oheneba Asamoah Atuahene stressed the need for members of the NDC to give total endorsement to Mr. Mahama base on his political maturity and qualities. He went on to say that the president is accommodative who is open up to every one with a listen ear. It?s time, he said , for Ghanaians to wake up to abreast people with leadership qualities who will use their qualities and sense of humor to foster for development and peace in the country.
According to him, president Obama of the United State is a young president who is inspiring the United Kingdom with his youthful experience as well as the late Ethiopian president. Therefore, president Mahama is a right and perfect choice for Ghanaians and can not in any way be compare to any presidential candidate. He therefore, urging Ghanaians? especially members of the NDC to give up their best and rally behind the young gentleman and he believed he will lead Ghanaians to the promise land.
In his submission, he said the Old Guards Association will do everyhing it to support president Mahama and the NDC party in prayers and in kind to lead the party into victory in the up coming elections.
Oheneba Asamoah Atuahene then entreated Ghanaians, opinion leaders, the priesthood and traditional authorities to use their mediums to promote peace and unity during and after the December 7, elections.
He cautioned members of his party should remain resolute and campaign vigorously to ensure a smooth victory in December 7.