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24.10.2008 CPP News

CPP To Modernise Accra

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Yvonne of the Convention People's Party (CPP), presidential hopeful, spouse pledges that a CPP government under Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom will modernise Accra to become the 'Star of Ghana'.

She has therefore urged the chiefs and people of Accra to support the party to enable it to wrest power and implement its human-centred policies to alleviate poverty in the country.

She reiterated her husband's resolve to keep Accra clean within the first 100 days of his presidency, adding that congestion, which is dominant in many parts of the capital, would become a thing of the past.

Mrs Nduom was speaking during a courtesy call on the Ga Mantse, Nii Tackie Tawiah II, at his palace in Accra, to seek his support and spiritual help in support of her husband's quest to become Ghana's next president.

Accompanying her were the Greater Accra Regional Chairperson of the CPP, Mrs Susan Adu-Amankwah; Mrs Amoako-Atta, a staunch member of the party; Nii Oshu, Greater Accra Regional Youth Organiser; Mrs Monica Quarcopome; the parliamentary candidate for Korley Klottey constituency and other parliamentary candidates in the region.

According to her, the beautification plans by a CPP-led administration would not only rid Accra of diseases but also attract a lot of foreign tourists into the country.

She explained that revenue accrued from such visits would be used for the development of the city. This, she also added, would earn the country a good deal of international respect and recognition.

Recounting her encounter with residents of Agege, a suburb of Accra, where most of the people are predominantly fishermen, Mrs Nduom said the problems faced by the fishermen in that community were prevalent at Elmina also, where she hails. She stressed that under her husband's administration, problems relating to premix fuel for fishermen would seriously be addressed in the country.

Again, she pointed out that a CPP-led government would tackle the problem of pair trawling head-on.

She said her husband's government would deal with the issue by empowering fishermen to form co-operatives, and also support them financially to ensure that they were able to buy big trawlers.

She gave the assurance that she would make sure that her husband fulfilled the party's promises upon coming to power.


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