Paa Kwesi Nduom
Paa Kwesi Nduom



The PPP national presidential campaign has taken off with a high sense of urgency. The campaign was officially kicked off at the PPP National Convention held on July 16th during which Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom was confirmed as the party's Presidential Candidate.

The campaign has already been to the Volta, Western, Greater Accra and Central Regions to introduce parliamentary candidates to the people.

Dr. Nduom will lead national, regional and constituency executives to the Eastern, Ashanti, Northern regions and back to the Volta and Greater Accra regions between now and August 16th. Once again, the focus will be to showcase the party's parliamentary candidates.

The campaign will launch into national attention its formidable force of competent men and women, Presidential Spokespersons, to explain the PPP's policies and priority programs.

The PPP will embark on a national campaign to promote the energy and creativity of Dr. Nduom's running mate.

The party is selling the fact that the PPP has come very far in a very short period of time. The campaign is stressing the fact that the party has become, clearly, the credible alternative to the NPP and the NDC. The party has become very visible, strong and well-established throughout the country.

The PPP has gained credibility for the many ideas and solutions to provide compulsory, continuous quality education from kindergarten (KG) to senior high school; eradicate preventable diseases like maleria and cholera; create millions of jobs using our locally available raw materials; and provide competent, incorruptible leadership that will prevent waste of billions of taxpayers' money that we will use to fund our transformational initiatives. Our party is disciplined, respectful and tolerant of opposing views. Ghanaians love the fact that we are ready to build an inclusive society.

Finally, the Progressive People's Party's Presidential Candidate Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has reintroduced the "Yeresesamu" slogan and is daring President John Dramani Mahama and the NDC to follow.




Source: peacefmonline