We don’t care if NPP steals our manifesto
There have been criticisms over the delay in the release of manifesto by the two major political parties. Even though both parties have accused each other of stealing manifesto concepts from each other Asiedu Nketiah said they did not care if the NPP steals from its campaign document.
The General Secretary of the party Asiedu Nketia revealed that the NDC will launch its manifesto in Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo region in two weeks’ time.
He was addressing the gathering at the Cape Coast Stadium in the Central Region during the campaign launch of the NDC.
There have been criticisms from various quarters over the delay in the release of manifesto by the two major political parties.
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The New Patriotic Party has often explained that they were delaying because they did not want the NDC to copy portions of their campaign document into their manifesto.
But NDC’s general secretary said the NDC is not scared about its opponents stealing ideas from its manifesto. “We are not scared if they want to take our whole manifesto.”
He also said that if the polls were held in November, instead of the usual December 7, the NDC would still have won because “we are November-December champions.”
Asiedu Nketiah said because of the expansion of the party’s electoral college they are certain of winning in the coming election.
In the December polls, President John Mahama will be leading the NDC while Nana Akufo Addo leads the NPP. The NDC is aiming at winning a second term as the governing party. But the NPP is also hopes to win the seat again after the polls in December.
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