Nduom begins official campaign in August

The 2016 presidential candidate of the Progressive Peoples Party (PPP) made this known at a press conference on Wednesday, June 8, 2016.


Addressing the press on Wednesday, June 8, 2016, the 2016 presidential candidate of the Progressive Peoples Party (PPP) said the party has not yet started official campaign because it is currently focusing on finding alternative means of solving problems facing the country.

“If you spread your entire four years campaigning and looking for votes, organising yourselves for an election then when are you going to make a contribution to development. So I want people to understand that I’m not a professional politician. That is not my job.

“I’m a Ghanaian who knows that it is me; it is you, it is PPP and each and every one of us who must work most of the time that we have to assist in making sure that development in Ghana,” Dr. Nduom added.

Meanwhile, the business mogul has slammed government for flouting basic entrepreneurial rules with the commissioning of the sugar factory.

“I have factories. I have companies. There are some things you don’t do, other things you can do. You don’t go and borrow almost 100% of the money you need to start a factory. You don’t do that. You must have your own money, a little bit, to put there,” he said.

The PPP flagbearer also condemned the government for commissioning the factory without a plan to ensure that supply of raw materials would be adequately catered for.


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