National Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Freddie Blay has asked Ghanaians to renew the mandate of the party on December 7.
According to him, the party has more to offer Ghanaians and the extension of its mandate will be in the right direction.
Speaking at the launch of the NPP's 2020 manifesto at Cape Coast in the Central Region on Saturday, August 22, 2020, Freddie Blay said they have been able to improve the country’s ailing economy in less than four years.
He said, giving the NPP another four years in office will be a positive move in further safeguarding the future on Ghana.
“Within the three and a half years, we have kept our faith with the people of Ghana to a very great extent. We have fulfilled our promises largely and this is evident all over the country, and it could be seen in the extent that the economy has been repaired in spite of its mercy state we found it.”
Touching on the manifesto dubbed “Leadership of Service” Mr. Blay said the document has been put together with the interest of Ghana in mind.
“[The 2020 manifesto] is an indication of what NPP was in 2016 and is now and will be in the future, tackling the economy and advancing good governance for all of us. We are therefore asking people in this country that come December 7, based on what we say we will offer, take us seriously, vote for us again and we will deliver,” he added.