CPP marks 68th anniv

Prof. Delle

Prof. Delle

Professor Edmund Delle, national chairman of the Convention People’s Party (CPP) has bemoaned the underdevelopment of the country, blaming successive governments for doing little.

He said he did not understand why “we have been crowded with gross corruption, misappropriation and gross incompetence right down from the Executive to the very last person in government”.
To commemorate the 68th anniversary of the party, Prof Delle said: “It is sad and very humiliating to look back as a party, the extent to which our nation has dwindled.”

“The country is ‘bleeding with poverty’ even though Ghana’s first president and CPP founder Dr Kwame Nkrumah fought to eradicate the canker.”
Prof. Delle noted that the party has marked yet another milestone in its entire history and that 68 years ago, the party was formed and established with great men and minds that thought alike and fought the oppressors rule and gave the nation an Independent and subsequently a Republic.

“It is, therefore, sad and very humiliating to look back as a party, the extent to which our nation has dwindled. We have been crowded with gross-corruption, misappropriation and gross incompetence right down from the Executive to the very last person in government.
“Our nation today is bleeding with poverty; a cancer our founder and his comrades fought and won, however, I am of a firm believe that we as a party are headed on the right path to redeem ourselves from oppressors rule, re-gain grassroots support and climb back to power,” he said.
Prof. Delle assured Ghanaians of the party’s determination to win power so as to relieve them from the bondage they find themselves over the years.

He pointed out that the party is better placed today with a marginal appreciation regarding the election results as compared to 2012 though it could have done better.
Prof. Delle was of the view that internal cohesion, perseverance and directional-focus will lead the party back to power maintaining that “there is no doubt in my mind that Ghana needs us the most now than ever.”

“My entire administration and the teaming youth are working tirelessly to regain confidence and trust within the voting populace, our strategies are on point and we believe that, Ghanaians will entrust this nation back to us once again,” he said. –classfmonline.com

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