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NPP to Unveil Election Manifesto August 22

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) will on August 22, 2020 launch its manifesto ahead of the December 7 general elections, the party General Secretary, John Boadu, has said.

According to Boadu, President Akufo-Addo’s government has delivered its promises made to Ghanaians inn the 2016 elections.

“The NPP vision on our way forward captured in our manifesto 2020 will hopefully be shared with Ghanaians on August 22, 2020. We will be having a steering committee tomorrow [Tuesday] to validate and accept this date, ” he said.

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The committee led by Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia drafted the policy document in the hope that Ghanaians will retain the party for another four years.

Mr. Boadu also said the manifesto contained key policies that will help consolidate Ghana’s development.

“We will also have a National Council, which is the second-highest decision-making body in the absence of the Annual Delegates Conference on the same day in order to launch the manifesto. We ask you to look on that day to heartwarming policies detailing how with your support we will transform Ghana for the benefit of all,” he added.

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