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23.08.2020 NPP News

NPP Japan Branch Congratulates Party On Manifesto Launch

By NPP Japan Branch
NPP Japan Branch Congratulates Party On Manifesto Launch
LISTEN AUG 23, 2020

The executive body, on behalf of the NPP Japan branch, wishes to extend its congratulation to the elephant fraternity for the successful 2020 manifesto launch on Saturday, 22nd August, 2020 at Cape Coast.

Japan NPP branch is happy to have had its chairman, Dr Benard Oppong-Kusi, represent it at the launch grounds.

In the NPP 2016 manifesto, the party made a number of promises, including the radical transformation of agriculture as well as other policies including, one district, one factory (1D1F); one village, one dam (1V1D); one constituency, $1million; free senior high school (FSHS) education; restoration of nursing and teacher trainees’ allowances, among others. We are happy to note that all of these promises have either been fulfilled or are in the final phases of being fulfilled.

The NPP government, under the able and dynamic leadership of President Akufo-Addo, through the implementation of prudent micro and macro policies was able to exit the IMF programme in a record time of just a year of taking office, chalking an average economic growth rate of 7 percent over the last three years.

There is no better time to launch the 2020 manifesto than now, when the government’s solid economic policies have started bearing bountiful fruits.

And again, there is no better time than now when we have over 1.2 million students enjoying free Senior High School, one of the most flagship programmes of the NPP, and a totem of its commitment to building the human resource base of our nation.

Thanks to the Nana Addo-Bawumia government, the planting for food and jobs programme has increased cereal production by over 100 % even in these difficult times. The nation can now pride itself as being fully self-sufficient in cereal production, and even exports maize to other ECOWAS countries.

There is certainly no better time to launch the 2020 manifesto when the NPP government through its “Ghana beyond aid” agenda is bridging the development gap through an industrialization drive aimed at lifting citizens from misery and poverty.

The 2020 NPP manifesto launch has been done *at a critical* moment as we prepare for election 2020. The NPP Japan branch wishes to salute all the gallant members for the great work done so far. We are on the right path and our campaign momentum is absolutely on fire.

On this note, the NPP Japan branch wishes to humbly appeal to the good people of Ghana to vote massively to retain the best president in Africa in the forthcoming election on December 7th.

We want to remind all Ghanaians that “4 more for Nana” is a clarion national call and not a political talk— 4 more to do more for you.

God bless our homeland Ghana.

Issued on behalf of the NPP Japan branch by

Kwaku Adu

(Acting Communications Director)

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