The NPP has said it will outdoor its manifesto dubbed “Agenda for Change” on Sunday, October 8 at Trade fair in Accra
The NPP has said it will outdoor its manifesto dubbed “Agenda for Change” on Sunday, October 8 at Trade fair in Accra.
According to the acting Chairman, Freddy Blay the party is prepared for the launch of the manifesto slated for Sunday.
“…We feel it’s an obligation and a responsibility and Nana is fired up. He’ll be going round giving snippets of what the party wants to do and we are coming together on Sunday to let the whole world know and tell the world not in many words what we want to do,” he told Accra-based Kasapa FM.
The ruling NDC launched its manifesto for the 2016 elections in the Brong Ahafo regional capital Sunyani in August.
The manifesto themed “Changing Lives, Transforming Ghana,” touched on what the party describes as its strategic plans to move the country forward in terms of development.
President Mahama has indicated that party's manifesto is: “The authentic blueprint with which we envision the transformation of our country in the next four years. We are poised to change more lives and to transform Ghana.”