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Nduom opens party offices in Western Region

By GNA

Takoradi, May 1, GNA - Dr. Paapa Kwesi Nduom, presidential candidate for the Progressive People's Party (PPP), on Monday ended his tour of the Western Region with a call on Ghanaians to embrace change for progressive development.

Opening the party's regional office in Takoradi on Monday, Dr Nduom declared, “Change must come and PPP is the change we all have been yearning for”.

He said the PPP had the power to transform the economic fortunes of the country, adding “We are going to prioritize”.

Dr. Nduom said the 1.5 million BECE failures over the last decade were unacceptable and that his party would turn the fortunes of teachers around in order to motivate them to give off their best.

“We believe that education from KG to senior high must be free”, he added.

He said preventable diseases such as malaria, dysentery and cholera among others would be tackled through proper sanitation measures.

Dr. Nduom said his government would facilitate job creation, improve the private sector with government purchasing power, as well as decoupling the Attorney General's office from the Ministry of Justice to ensure “incorruptible leadership”.

GNA

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