President John Evans Atta Mills, has challenged NDC faithful and functionaries to go out and propagate the achievements of the government.
He said the resources put in the custody of his administration had been expended for their intended purpose, urging that “those stories must be told”.
“I have no fears; let’s work hard, let’s work together, let them know that the resources they have given us have been judiciously used,” President Mills said when he interacted with the Castle Press Corps on the eve of his 68th birthday.
The occasion was also used to wish the President a happy birthday.
He urged the supporters to close their ranks and work in unity, stressing that there would be ups and downs but that should be expected in any venture. President Mills urged them to continue to uphold the tenets of truth, saying, “When you are doing the right thing, the people will come to support you.”
He said the only way the government could justify the confidence that the people reposed in it was to remain accountable and make judicious use of their resources.
Commenting on the December 7 elections, President Mills, with strong optimism, said, “We will come back; we will have the second term.”
He allayed fears that he would be unable to join the campaign which would officially take off in August, saying everyone would put his hands on deck to ensure a massive victory.**