President John Mahama has assured National Democratic Congress (NDC) supporters that the party is hopeful of winning 55% of votes in the Central Region in the 2016 elections.
Speaking at a forum at the Centre for National Culture (CNC) as part of his three -day tour in the Western and Central RegionS, the president said, “the NDC party is focused on winning the upcoming general elections to enable me continue with the Better Ghana Agenda legacy passed on to me by late President John Evans Atta Mills”.
He called on party activists to engage in decent campaign devoid of insults to win more votes in order to retain power.
The President said the party is also focused on winning four more parliamentary seats in the Central Region and called for unity and hard work among party members to achieve the target.
He charged them to spread the news about the achievements of the NDC since 2009, and urged them to emulate the humility of late President Mills.
He urged them to intensify their campaign since there was no time to waste and encouraged them to work harder to retain the party in power.