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Diasporian News of Wednesday, 30 July 2008

Source: CPP-USA

CPP Flag Bearer Coming To Newark, NJ.

Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, presidential candidate of the Convention People's Party (CPP), is bringing his message of job creation and economic relief for Ghanaians to the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan area. On Saturday August 2nd from 5-8pm, Dr. Nduom will be the guest of honor at a special “Come Meet the Next President of Ghana” event due to be held in Newark, NJ.

He is expected to deliver a major campaign speech that will lay out his party’s platform and plan of action that will achieve what has been the main thrust of his campaign so far – to create more jobs. The “Edwuma Wura” platform, as it is called, will result in the creation of jobs that will relieve Ghanaians of their economic woes if he is elected President of Ghana and his party wins legislative power. Ever since winning the party’s presidential nod, Dr. Nduom has spared no effort in reminding the world about the foresight and leadership of Ghana’s first President Dr Kwame Nkrumah under the banner of CPP, one that resulted in the establishment of factories and industries that employed many Ghanaians, laid a solid infrastructural base for economic development, and made all persons of African descent proud purveyors and pursuers of their own destiny within the community of humans. This is the legacy that the party plans to resurrect within the modalities of changed times current realities.

The event is sponsored by CPP-USA, and O’ida International and will be held at the headquarters building of O’ida International located at 464 Parker Street in Newark NJ and is open to the general public.

Issued by CPP-USA/O’ida

International New York, July 27, 2008