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Election 2020: Peter MacManu reveals NPP’s Strategy

The 2020 Campaign Manager of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Peter MacManu has detailed the full strategy he has put in place to ensure that the party retains power in 2020.

This strategy, he said, will ensure that the President wins the 2020 elections hands down and end the ambition of John Mahama to return to the presidency again.

Dubbed the 3-M, he explained that the focus will be on Money, Mobilization and Messaging which will be executed differently by different officials of the campaign.

“Dr Abdul-Hamid Mustapha is the deputy campaign manager in charge of communications (Messaging); Mr Lord Commey is a deputy in charge of mobilisation (Men); while Dr Afua Asabea Asare is in charge of fundraising (Money)”, he explained.

“We have a strong party and candidate. What is left is to find the appropriate message that will touch the hearts of the electorate, and we will reach the people through mobilisation, and we need money for that task.”

“When I was the National Chairman, Lord Commey was my Organiser and John Boadu was my Youth Organiser. Both have excellent organisational and mobilisation skills, and they will be supported ably by Sammi Awuku, our current National Organiser, who is also a solid guy. And for Afua Asabea, she has a solid corporate background and image which will enable her carry out her work effectively,” he said of his team members.

“It is also instructive to note that the party is strongly represented on the campaign team. With the exception of Asabea, the rest are all party officers, current and past. That is very good to ensure that there is unison in the campaign in dealing with the party, government and campaign team,” he added.

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