Party manifesto ready

Speaking at an event in Accra to celebrate the party's 24th anniversary, Mr Nketia said the manifesto will be launched after President John Mahama gives his agreement.


“We think that over these 24 years, we have a lot to celebrate: we have been the longest-serving party in power, we have won more elections than any other political party in Ghana" Asiedu Nketia told a gathering at the party's headquarters in Accra, Friday.

Even though the general election is only four months away, no political party has launched its manifesto representing its policies and programmes.

NPP Campaign manager, Peter Mac Manu recently told NPP student groups in Takoradi in the Western region that the party is not in a rush to publish its manifesto."This year’s election is not about the NPP message but the eight-year rule of the NDC. The ruling party should tell Ghanaians what they have done to improve the people’s living conditions for the past eight years,” he said

The party also argued that the NDC might steal its policies and programmes in its manifesto if it is launched.


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