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07.06.2007 NPP News

2008 is for NPP – Mac Manu

By myjoyonline

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has stated that it would win the 2008 elections and subsequent elections with an unprecedented margin without resorting to any foul means.

It said Ghanaians would continue to vote for the party because of its unique track record of sound economic management, which had culminated in bringing down inflationary interest rates, stabilized the cedi against other currencies, massive infrastructure development, assistance to the vulnerable and needy through poverty alleviation packages, and respect for human rights among others.

Speaking to the Daily Graphic, the National Chairman of the NPP, Mr Peter Mac Manu said the NPP had never used any foul means, and as a staunch believer of democracy it would always work hard and hope that majority of Ghanaians would vote for it.

He stated that apart from the above mentioned good work of the party, which the people had always treasured, President Kufuor and through his exemplary leadership earned for the country, massive debt relief, respect and honour which had lifted the image of the nation within the international community.

He said Ghanaians, after witnessing and benefiting from the good governance of the NPP would never make the mistake of voting for a political party that would send them to the dark days of violence, intimidation, culture of silence, disrespect for human rights and rule of law, support for individual initiatives, private property ownership and family values.

He said Ghanaians cherished the values the NPP had been practicing since 2001, which included giving Ghanaians the opportunity to interact with the President, while he also accounts for his stewardship.

"These are values, which Ghanaians have regarded with great approval and pleasure and will strive to hold on to. They will, therefore, continue to vote for and be with the NPP for a long time,” he added.

Credit: Daily Graphic