Manifesto launch Accra sinks in floods again as NPP defy heavy rains

Thousands of the party’s supporters and officials are expected to attend the event.

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Torrential rains Sunday morning has left large parts of Accra in terrifying floods.

Roads leading to the Trade Fair centre where the New Patriotic Party is launching its manifesto today were flooded.

The flooding was caused by a sustained rainfall which started early Sunday.

Read more: Highlights of NPP 2016 manifesto

Thousands of the party’s supporters and officials are expected to attend the event.

The party's manifesto launch comes on the heels of bitter accusation of alleged plagiarism of it manifesto by the National Democratic Congress and the All People's Congress (APC).

 

See also: NPP to launch manifesto

It will become the fourth political party to launch its manifesto after the Progressive People's Party, NDC and the APC.

 

The party had intended to launch its manifesto before the NDC but said the NDC is likely to plagiarise the manifesto.

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