The acting National Chairman of the NPP Freddie Blay accused the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) of running the economy of the country into a bad state.
Addressing a mammoth gathering at the NPP manifesto launch at the Trade Fair Center, La, in the Greater Accra Region. Blay said, “we're not coming out with a litany of promises but solutions to problems that will address the rot in the country.”
“We are coming out with solutions to the problems that will bring back hope.”
He accused the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) of running the economy of the country into a bad state.
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“The economy has been run into the ground, corruption is rife and we are in crisis.”
The party's manifesto launch comes on the heels of bitter accusation of alleged plagiarism of it manifesto by the National Democratic Congress and the All People's Congress (APC).
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It will become the fourth political party to launch its manifesto after the Progressive People's Party, NDC and the APC.
The party had intended to launch its manifesto before the NDC but said the NDC is likely to plagiarise the manifesto.
The manifesto is expected to explain how the party is going to implement its 1-district-factory policy, 1-village-1-dam and $1 million for all 270 constituencies.
The party in a statement earlier said the “The launch of the manifesto, which contains the solutions Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the party propose to help fix the myriad of problems facing the country, including how to resolve the unemployment problem among young Ghanaians."