The Transport Minister, Madam Ddzifa Aku Attivor, has assured all ethnic groups in the country that no group would be discriminated against in terms of developmental projects.
She said, government was committed to extending development projects to all corners of the country without discrimination.
According to her, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) as social democrats, led by John Mahama, would not discriminate against any tribe or region in the distribution of developmental projects in the country.
The Transport Minister, gave this assurance at the annual Maarebowu Festival of the Kotokoli community in Ghana at Kue in the Nkwanta District of the Volta Region, over the weekend.
The festival, attracted some key politicians and chiefs from the Kotokoli communities from all the ten regions of the country.
The festival, provided the people the opportunity to take stock of the past and prepare for the future
On his part, the Paramount Chief of the area, Wuro Chedre Brenai II, expressed the appreciation of his people for the extension of electricity and other social amenities to the area.
He appealed to government to help them with a Gari processing plant to create jobs for the people.
He further told his subjects to invest in the education of their wards, adding that it is the surest way to secure their future.
Other NDC stalwarts who graced the ceremony included, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ayawaso North in the Greater Accra Region, who also doubles as the Youth and Sports Minister, Alhaji Ahmed Mustapha.
The Volta Regional Chairman of the NDC, John Gyapong Kwadwo, Regional Youth Organizer, Egypt Kudoto, Deputy Regional Youth Organizer, Suleman Mumuni and Mustapha Gbande, as well as the leadership of the NDC in the area were also present.