Addressing a rally at Jinijini in Berekum West, he said the creation was for administrative and development purposes hence the need to create them.
He said it was ironical that the very people who did not want the EC to create the new constituencies could turn round to file candidates for those seats.
The General Secretary said the party had the development of rural communities at heart hence it was focusing on their development in line with its decentralisation policy.
He called on the people of Berekum West to vote for NDC’s parliamentary candidate, Lord Opong, to bring development to the area.
The Vice President, Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, asked parents to pay critical attention to their children’s education.
He said education was the greatest legacy they could bequeath to the young future leaders, adding that it was for that reason the NDC was promising access and quality education for all.
At Japekrom in Jaman South, Mr Amissah-Arthur introduced Osahene Boakye Gyan as the NDC parliamentary candidate.
Mr Asiedu Nketsia appealed to the people to avoid voting skirt and blouse. He said this has not helped the area for some years now. They paid a courtesy call on the Omanhene of Drobo Traditional Area Beyeeman Bosea Gyinantwi at his palace in Drobo.
He again introduced the parliamentary candidate Osahene Boakye Gyan to the large crowd and called on them to vote massively for him and President Mahama.
A member of the Council of State, Cecilia Johnson, said President Mahama was a man of peace, humble, respectful, fellow feeling, well-nurtured, visionary and competent to run the country.
At Dwenem, Vice President Amissah-Arthur introduced himself to the chief and addressed a mini rally.