After successfully launching the NPP manifesto in Cape Coast last weekend, the NPP Japan branch 1st vice-chairman- Mr. Michael Awuah has blasted and sent a strong warning to the NDC and their leader H.E John Dramani Mahama not to dare copy the manifesto of the great kukuruku party as they have done in the past.
Mr. Awuah recalled how the NDC stole and tried to photocopy the free senior high school agenda with the proposal to build 200 SHS day schools. This was a way of blind-folding Ghanaians of the good intention of NPP’s free SHS policy. Available records show that your government was able to build just 23 of the 200 promised day SHS, this shows that you are a complete failure, and Ghanaian cannot put the destiny of the country into your hands for the next four years, he said.
Mr. Awuah praised all and sundry who worked so hard to get the manifesto launched. So far, this is the most comprehensive and ambitious manifesto by any political party in Ghana’s history since re-gaining our independence.
Mr. Awuah said the manifesto has allayed his fears for the SHS products who might have financial challenges to access tertiary education. He expressed his happiness that every tom, dick, and harry who will qualify and get admitted into any tertiary institution can access a guarantor free loans to finance his/her education. What more do we need as a country in building our human resource base than this thoughtful and brilliant idea from the NPP, he said.
He finally reminded Ghanaians to make it easy for the NPP government to govern Ghana in the next four years by voting massively for the party come December, 7th.