July 10, 2012

A Deputy Central Regional Minister and the MP for Mfantseman West, Hon. Aquinas Tawiah Quansah has called on Ghanaians to give the Mills- led government a second term to complete the good works it has started.

He said, President Mills has done comparatively well to improving upon the livelihood of the individual citizenry and wondered why Ghanaians will want to change a team which has performed more than expectation.

According to him, the up-coming general elections is a done deal for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) since Ghanaians will not hesitate to vote massively for the ruling government.

The Minister said this when he was speaking as Guest Speaker at a colourful graduation and presentation ceremony for about 200 persons who were trained under the Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) in the Assin South District.

Beneficiaries who were made to acquire skills in areas such hairdressing, tailoring, bakery services, transport services, barbering and mobile phone repairs were also presented with items such as barbering machines, sewing machines, hairdryers among other, worth millions of Ghana Cedis.

The Minister, however furthering his statements commended the District Executives for the effort and urged beneficiaries to be more appreciative to government for the initiative.

On her part, the District Chief Executive (DCE) Hon. Sabina Appiah Kubi also noted that the implementation had come at the right time to erase the heavy unemployment rate in the area.

She therefore urged especially the youth to engage themselves in the programme to serve as a stepping stone in changing their fortunes.

Mr. William Ata-Mends, the Chief Executive for a sister District, Abura/Asebu/ Kwamankese, also addressing the public reiterated that the Mills- led administration also deserves a second mandate as the immediate past two ex- presidents were given.

Other big winds who were present at the ceremony include Mr. Edwin Sowah (LESDEP Regional Coordinator), Mr. Jones Amoah (Zonal LESDEP Coordinator for Western and Central region) and other top officials.