The (NDC) has described the NPP’s 2020 manifesto as recycled promise without hope.
The opposition party says, the NPP must reflect on the work done by the party after being in office for over three years.
“You will see clearly that the manifesto they put out was not a manifesto that inspires hope. We expect that a manifesto for a government that is in power will inspire hope and provide the needed vision that Ghanaians can rely on to make any meaningful decision, but here we are, it is the same old recycled, outrageous promises without any basis or clear direction. Most of the promises were made because they think that they have to say something,” Mr. Otokunor fired.
The NPP on Saturday, August 22 launched its 2020 manifesto which features a breakdown of what the party believes are worthy achievements of its first term in office, based on which it is seeking a second term mandate as well as promises of things it would do if it is granted another term by Ghanaians.
The manisfesto was a 216 page documents labelled “Leadership of Service; Protecting Our Progress, Transforming Ghana for All.”
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