Nana Akufo - Addo To Visit France
Ghanaians in the Diaspora, have a passionate interest in the affairs of the motherland. They are a formidable force that can shape and influence political opinion, as well as support various political candidates. Modern technology has facilitated access to the local media in Ghana, allowing them to evaluate the government, its institutions and the quality of governance.
The space for civic activism is so unhindered that Ghanaians in the Diaspora have been spurred to interest themselves in politics, resulting in doppelgangers of the main political parties in Ghana being created in the Diaspora. The goal is to get the attention of their government and raise concern over any shenanigans in the democratic process. In light of this acute political awareness within the communities in the Diaspora, the matrix has been expanded to secure and legitimize their views in the political landscape.
On the 7th of November, Ghana goes to the polls to vote for a new president or retain the incumbent and over the past few months, Ghanaians in the Diaspora have had the opportunity to observe and evaluate the perspectives and agendas of the various candidates in the upcoming elections. One candidate whose philosophy is gaining traction in the Diaspora is the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Akuffo Addo. He has garnered a very large and extraordinary support in several European nations, North America and Asia, paradoxically, by individuals who do not even have the right to vote in Ghana’s elections. Nonetheless their passion and fervent commitment to the democratic process in Ghana is quite commendable.
A group of self-motivated activists have, over the past four years, preserved and defended the NPP philosophy in France, and they’re shifting the paradigm in their support for its candidate Nana Akuffo Addo, with all the resources at their disposal to guarantee victory in the upcoming elections. With a rather lethargic gridlock in current governance, it’s no wonder that the change embodied by Nana Akuffo Addo, albeit inevitable, is galvanizing people to rally round the party nominee for president. This has become an exciting and challenging undertaking on the European continent.
NANA AKUFO ADDO IN PARIS
The candidate for change in the upcoming presidential elections is coming to Paris…..There is a climate of change in the air….enough to sink your teeth in and taste it. The call to stand united behind Nana Akuffo Addo is launched….. with a massive rally being organized in the French capital on Saturday May 28 to receive Nana Akuffo Addo at this august event.
He will be in the French capital as part of a European tour, listening and consulting with Ghanaians in the Diaspora. This special event will feature key personalities, chiefs and representatives of all Ghanaian associations here in France.
To this end, everyone who is passionate about the future of Ghana and who thirsts for the new direction Nana Akuffo Addo proposes at the dawn of this “new renaissance”, is cordially invited.
Yaw Owusu Kaning, chairman of the NPP in France declares that “Nana Addo represents the change Ghanaians yearn for.
He is the key to our individual and national development; He brings an honest, pragmatic and hopeful insight into our community's problems and needs, and his willingness to examine the issues and listen closely to the public's concerns, sets him far apart from the other candidates' techniques and rhetoric, and so we express our support for his campaign for the presidency and for which our objective to persuade and spread word to others, of the value of his policies and abilities, is paramount”. Mr. Kaning and the executive of the France NPP reject the perception outsiders have of Ghana being a model of decent governance and responsible economic management”. To the majority of Ghanaians, this assessment is deceptive and misleading”. They believe Ghana is in decline, fraught with endemic corruption, negligence, and plunder and this ‘smokescreen’ needs to be denounced. They believe Nana Addo is the person best qualified to be Ghana’s next president.
Nana Akuffo Addo is accompanied on this visit by Nana Asonaba Dapaah, former member of the council of elders; his political assistant Francis Asenso Boakye, and Press Secretary Eugene Arhin, including Captain Emmanuel Koda, Chief of his Security detail.
All roads lead to 15, Avenue Salvador Allende. 93800. Epinay sur Seine. The event will commence at 17H00. Please come early to secure a comfortable place and be a part of the movement for change.
Please rsvp the telephone hotline displayed on the poster or call 0659411394, 0659397062, 0606921729, 0687693164, 0661722393.
This is an event you don’t want to miss……KUKRUDU……..
NPP FRANCE COMMUNICATION DIRECTORATE