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Byline: Francis Kokutse
Facing a re-election race next year, Ghana's President John Atta Mills is grappling with discontent in the Volta region over unfulfilled campaign promises he had given prior to the 2008 election.
The Volta region matters because this is where the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) draws much of its support from.
"We are not holding President Mills to ransom or trying to blackmail him; we just want to let him know that our people cannot be taken for granted," Joseph Modzaka, a youth leader from the region, told Africa Review.
"Promises made on political platforms are like debts that must be paid. "