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Mahama And Nana Addo Are Both Incompetent Leaders, Kick Them Out For Change – PPP Tells Ghanaians

 

The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has urged Ghanaians to cast their vote against both NPP and NDC Presidential candidates in the upcoming 2020 general elections.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The newly Chairman for the party in the Ashanti Region, Mr Simon Quansah addressing the press, after the Electoral Commission (EC)
Acclamated Ashanti Regional Executives to lead the party ahead of 2020 general elections and beyond
; he said that, the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) which was leading by  Dr.Papa kwesi Nduom in 2016 general elections is still alive and this time we have woke up ” Yen Asore” strongly to face our opponent parties in 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

He added that, we can’t develop our mother Ghana with Incompetent Leaders like John Mahama and H.E. Nana Addo, therefore Ghanaians need to kick them out for better change in 2020 and beyond.

Progressive People's Party (P.P.P)Accumulated their Ashanti Regional Executives
Progressive People’s Party (P.P.P) Acclamated their Ashanti Regional Executives.

According to the Chairman, it is time for Ghanaians to endorse a good leader, who can deliver it’s promises to the nation but not a leader who lies for power.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In addition, he said, by the grace of God we have alot of resources in our country but the sadness thing is that, we don’t have a good Leadership to manage them to develop the nation in order to reduce the hardship in the country.

“In 2012, former president Mahama promised Ghanaians to for 200 schools but he only delivered 48.

In 2016, H.E Nana Addo said to Ghanaians that, he will deliver One Factory for every District (1DIF) and where are they now?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Again Nana Addo should remember what he said in 2016, “we have alot of cash in the country but yet still we are hungry”, I want to tell Nana Addo that, we still have the cash in his term but the citizens are still hungry and why?

Even though we appreciate the Free SHS but the most of your promises have not yet been delivered.

Collapsing of Bank Sectors and other companies have been resulted most of Ghanaians into jobless.

Ghanaians “voted out” NDC and John Mahama because they were incompetent and the ruling party NPP and Nana Addo are also following the same steps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speaking on the ongoing new voters registration, the Secretary, Mr Teiko Daniel urges all citizens especially their party members and supporters to come out in their numbers to register for their voter’s ID card for the 7th December general elections.

Elected Secretary for Progressive People's Party (PPP) Mr Teiko Daniel addressing the press
Newly elected  Secretary for Progressive People’s Party (PPP) Ashanti Region Mr Teiko Daniel addressing the press.

In conclusion, Mr Teiko called all Ghanaians to observe the Covid-19 protocols to prevent the spread of the pandemic. He also urges all the final years students to obey the rules and regulations in their various campuses to finish the exams and return home safely.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below are the full list of the executives acclamated by Electoral Commission (EC).

• Chairman – Simon Quansah
•Vice Chairman – Nana Mathew Adarkwah
•Secretary – Teiko Daniel
•Assistants – Eric Yeboah
• Treasurer – Justice Agyemang Duah
• Organiser – Issah Baba Kompo
• Assistant Organiser – Isaac Gyansah Peprah
• Women Organiser – Beatrice Serwaa Konadu
•Assistant Women Organiser – Hajia Jamila Bashiru
•Youth Organiser – John Ekow Kelly Ogoe
•Assistants Youth Organiser – Ali Mohammed Dabuo
•Education / Communication Officer – Richard Boadi.

Credit To : Adwenpa-Hene Kofi Mensah ( Enfransmedia.com – Editor)

 

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