Nduom says no to dirty politics
The presidential candidate of the CPP Dr. Paa Kwesi Ndoum, has reiterated his pledge not to engage in ethnic or “dirty politics” that would bring disgrace to the CPP and the nation at large. He said the CPP has turned a new leaf and that he would do everything possible to rally all its members in a united front to market the party to enable it to win next year's elections.
Dr. Nduom said this when he paid a courtesy call on the Omanhene (chief) of Oguaa traditional area, Osabarima Kwesi Atta at his palace in Cape Coast, to announce his election as the presidential and also to seek the Omanhene's blessings to enable him to realize his dream of becoming the next President of Ghana. He further pledged that his party would do clean campaigns devoid of insults and abusive language.
Dr. Nduom said the National Democratic Party, and New Patriotic Party had played their various parts in the nation's democracy and stressed that the time has come for Ghanaians to give the CPP the chance to contribute its part.
Osabarima Atta appreciated Dr. Nduom's visit and said it showed that the CPP respected tradition. He assured him of his support pointing out that the battle had just begun.
The Omanhene advised members of the party to come together as a unified body and evolve strategic plans that would enable the party to win next year's election. He also advised Dr. Nduom and his supporters to campaign in a way that would bring issues to the fore rather than attacking personalities.