President John Mahama will today present highlights of the NDC’s manifesto for the 2016 elections ahead of the launch of the main document this weekend.
Improved economic conditions, job creation and reliable power supply are top on the list of expectations for tonight’s engagement with the President.
The ruling party and the major opposition parties have been criticized over the delays in launching their manifestoes for the impending polls.
One of the CSO’s which started the campaign against the delays in launching the 2016 manifestoes is the Youth Bridge Foundation. Its Executive Director Seth Oteng told Starr News although the event is belated, voters must quiz the parties about the contents of their manifestoes to make informed choices.
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