Election 2016 PPP intensifies campaign

The PPP in the 2012 election recorded 64,267 of votes which was not up to 1 percent of the entire votes. This is a record they hope to change by all the efforts they are putting in the campaign.

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The Progressive People’s Party is doing all within its power to help them win this year’s election.

With three months left for the election the party says it is leaving no stone unturned to get Ghanaian electorates to believe in their policies. The party says in the second phase of its campaign it will educate electorates on things they and their presidential nominee have been able to do even though they are not in power.

They say they “will point to factories, jobs created, schools, libraries, community centres and scholarships with vivid, physical, visible examples of his private contribution to the development.”

This was contained in a statement issued by the party. They indicated that there was the need for to show few strategies they will use to win election 2016.

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In so doing they have developed three teams; one headed by the presidential nominee of the party Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, the second team is led by the vice presidential candidate Brigitte Dzogbenuku and the third is led by the National Chairman Dr Nii Allotey Brew-Hammond.

Dr Nduom is going to the Central Region where President Mahama has already started a five-day tour. Dzogbenuku and Brew-Hammond are going to the Western and Brong Ahafo Regions respectively.

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During their tours, they are expected to visit chiefs, religious and community leaders and the general public to educate them on the party’s policies.

The PPP in the 2012 election recorded 64,267 of votes which was not up to 1 percent of the entire votes. This is a record they hope to change by all the efforts they are putting in the campaign.

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