Maame Yaa Aboagye, the
New Patriotic Party (NPP) Deputy Communications Director, has assured that
the government’s policies, programmes and interventions will drive the
nation’s growth and development to ameliorate the plight of the citizenry.
will deal with all the problems and challenges the National Democratic
Congress (NDC) left behind to put the country in a better state moving
forward,” she stressed.
Speaking at a press conference
in Accra, Maame Yaa Aboagye noted that ” but if the NDC are confused and
lack ideas for inputs in their manifesto why will they want to come back to
power?” she quizzed and asked the NDC to enjoy their time in opposition
as they cannot rule the country in their confused state.
“The NDC is better off on the opposition bench after the party revealed its intent to solicit views of the citizenry to work on their manifesto, we thank God that NDC will now acknowledge that we have very good ideals ideas, interventions, programmes and policies towards our growth, development and transform the fortunes of the country into prosperity.
“I implore my fellow citizens to vote massively to retain NPP in the 2020 elections and beyond to continue the good works of President Nana Akufo-Addo so as to churn out more policies, programmes and interventions that will enhance livelihoods,” Maame Aboagye noted. Members of the NDC have requested the citizenry to feed the party with new ideals and ideas towards their manifesto for the 2020 general election and has scheduled from now till December 7 this year to receive the input of all interested citizenry.
A statement signed and issued by Peter Otokunor Boamah, a Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, said the objective was to develop a ‘Grassroots Manifesto’ driven by the need to give meaning to their social democratic principles of inclusivity and mass participation in the pursuit of growth and development of the nation. The 2020 Manifesto Committee of the party in its bid to develop a ‘Peoples Manifesto’ that speaks to the direct needs and concerns of the citizenry, announced the request for Policy Memoranda from the public, civil society organisations, faith-based organisations, Trade Unions, Associations and other identifiable groups, the statement said. -peacefmonline.com