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NPP Inaugurates Manhyia South Constituency’s campaign team for Election 2020

NPP Inaugurates Manhyia South Constituency’s campaign team for Election 2020

The NPP  has inaugurated its campaign team members for the Manhyia South Constituency. The team members were sworn into office by the party’s regional deputy youth Organiser, Alhaji Yahaya at a short inaugural ceremony held at Jofel conference center around the Kumasi Airport roundabout.
The Member of Parliament for the area, the sector’s Minister for Education, Mathew Opoku Prempeh, and the constituency’s chairman heads the Constituency campaign team with all the constituencies executives in Manhyia South of the party.

Speaking at the launch, the education minister said Ghanaians need to protect sweet policies, including one district one factory, free SHS, planting for food and jobs, one village one dam, and etc.  He said the rationale behind the policy was to provide more employment avenues for the youth and also promote economic activities in the country.
He explained that it was the habit of the opposition party which is the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to describe any policy by the NPP that would ultimately benefit the people of Ghana as a non-feasible project. Therefore it is optimistic that the government’s flagship programs including the Free Senior High School policy are here to stay considering how effective the programs have been and how determined Ghanaians are to protect the policy. He further describes how the projects have brought hope to several parents nationwide.

According to him, the public is discerning enough to decide for themselves a path that will lead to the sustainability of the policy; retainment of the government which introduced the policy in this case, seeing the vast impact it has had on their lives so far.

He added that the 4more4Nana slogan is considering four more years for Nana Addo’s flagship programs.

Story by Ampong Emmanuel

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