PPP believes in accountability — Treasurer

The Progressive People’s Party (PPP), is the only party that can boost of upholding the tenets of rule of law, transparency and accountability, Felix William Ograh, the National Treasurer of the Party, has declared.
Assigning reasons for his claim, he explained that “apart from the flagbearer of the party, Dr. Papa Kwesi Ndoum declaring his asserts during the 2012 and the 2016 general election as required by the Political Party Act, the party account was also audited during the two election periods”.
Mr Ograh stated that unlike many political parties which do not have regional offices, the PPP had offices in all the ten regions in the country as required by the provisions of the Political Party Act and also well furnished with staff.
“Not all political parties have done this as required by the provisions of the Political Party Act, PPP is the only party in Ghana to have openly declared its funding sources,” Mr Ograh emphasised.
He appealed to Ghanaians to vote for the party in the upcoming 2020 general election to enable the leadership of the party to transfer its good tenets of rule of law, transparency and accountability in ruling the country for transformational development.
Whilst mentioning some of the party’s sources of funding as dues, fundraising and contributions from members and supporters of the party, the National Treasurer appealed to them to expedite their support to enable the party to discharge its duties effectively.
Speaking on the state of the party, the National Secretary of the party, Mr. Mutala Mohammed, said the party had built the capacity of the youth in the areas of communication and leadership skills thereby making them very vibrant in championing the political agenda of the party.
He said the party also awarded the best constituencies in the country which activities had impacted positively on the growth of the party and urged all constituencies to take the opportunity to enable the party to win the next elections.
The National Chairman of party, Nii Allotey Brew-Hammond, hinted that as a means to win power in the upcoming 2020 general election, both the party and the Convention People’s Party are considering merging to achieve that dream.
He stated that the party would ensure that metropolitan, municipal and district chief executives including assembly members are elected should it win the upcoming elections.
“Transformational development requires that we give power to the grassroots and this is the position of the PPP,” he stressed.

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