NPP's manifesto will be ‘concise and precise’ - Freddie Blay | General News 2016-09-20
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General News of Tuesday, 20 September 2016


NPP's manifesto will be ‘concise and precise’ - Freddie Blay

Acting National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Mr Freddie Blay is urging the electorate not to be worried over the delays in the launch of the party’s manifesto.

He indicates that the yet to be launched manifesto has been ready all this while, it is not a voluminous document to read and therefore want supporters of the party to stay calm awaiting its official launch.

“Our manifesto has been ready for a very long time. It is not a voluminous document and we will launch it very soon. We will need your support to make it easily digestible to the electorate”, he revealed on the Ultimate Breakfast Show hosted by Lantam Papanko

According to him, the leadership of the party is not worried over the delays in launching the manifesto stating that they are not in contention with any other political party to do so.

Mr Blay said it is for fear of plagiarizing the NPP has kept its manifesto under wraps considering how its ideas in times past have been stolen by the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC).

While describing the NDC party as being bereft of ideas in managing affairs of the country, he observed that their manifesto launched at Sunyani is a hopeless document that does not solve the problems of the ordinary Ghanaians.

“NDC is incompetent and good at creating, looting and sharing. That why the country is where it is because they continue to give empty promises and those they made in the pass have not been fulfilled”, he alleged.