We Want A ‘Wahala Free’ Ghana For All – NPP

    /    Oct 10, 2016   /     NewsBreak, Politics  /    Comments are closed  /    547 Views
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The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has launched its 2016 manifesto which it says will build a strong economy and create more jobs for the growing unemployed youth in the country.

The 68 page document is titled ‘An agenda for jobs, creating opportunities and prosperity for all.’

The document captures the party’s vision for the country’s educational sector as well as how it intends fighting corruption when voted into power.

The document also reveals the party’s vision on public accountability, social development, and security.

At the launch which was held at the Trade Fair Centre in Accra, every member of the NPP who mounted the podium, made a strong case as to why Ghanaians must vote out the NDC government and give power to the NPP.

Flag bearer of the NPP, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo spoke about how he envisioned a Ghana where young people had confidence in their future.

“I want a Ghana where our young people can feel, and be confident of a vibrant future. I want a Ghana where hard work pays, a confidence rewarded.

I want our farmers, fisher folks, traders, teachers, drivers, students, mechanics, nurses, carpenters, artisans, professionals, industrialists, hairdressers and tailors and everybody trying to earn a living to feel that their efforts are appreciated and are able to prosper in their chosen fields,” the NPP flag bearer noted.

Nana Addo’s running mate, Dr. Mahamoud Bawumia also called on Ghanaians to vote the NDC out since they had collapsed many of the social intervention policies introduced by the Kuffour government.

“School fees Wahala, electricity bill wahala, hospital bill, school feeding, capitation grant, contractor payment, teacher training allowance, nursing training allowance, wahala everywhere.

This is why I told John Mahama that with the NPP, we had only 20 Billion Ghana Cedis, and with that 20 Billion, we put together National Health Insurance, National Youth Employment, School Feeding Program, Capitation Grant Program, Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty, Metro Mass Transport.

We paid Teacher Trainee Allowance; we paid Nursing Trainee Allowance, Free Maternal Care. All these and all the developments, 20 Billion.

You have 248 Billion and you have collapsed everything. No jobs for the people and so we are going to change this economy,” Dr. Bawumia said.

Former president, John Agyekum Kuffour also added that the NPP is ready to capture power and set Ghana back on the right track.

According to him, the NPP’s manifesto is not just a collection of ideas, but contains plans that the party is committed to implementing, when voted into power in December 7.

Source: Felicity Frempong | kapital971.com

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