CPP takes campaign to Central Region

The Convention People’s Party (CPP) is taking its election 2016 campaign to the Central Region.

A statement issued by the Communications director of the party, Issifu Kadiri Abdul Rauf said, its Flag bearer Ivor Kobina Greenstreet will share the party’s vision for the country in what it calls the “Apam Fofro”, to wit new covenant.

Mr Greenstreet will be accompanied by the National Chairman of the Party, Professor Edmund N. Delle, Vice Presidential nominee of the Party, Nana Gabby Nketia, the first Vice Chairman Hajia Hamdatu Ibrahim, and a host of other rank and file members of the Party.

The statement said the “Flag bearer will interact with electorates in Agona East, Gomoa Central and Gomoa West constituencies and share with them the policy objectives of a CPP government.”

He said the party will focus its campaign message on the education and agriculture sectors by stressing on how a CPP government will address the numerous challenges confronting these sectors especially that of the fisher folks in the area

“The Flag bearer would also touch on how the CPP intends to avert the damages of rising sea levels and their threats to coastal areas,” it said.

Mr Greenstreet had earlier spent time in Accra meeting with some farmers and students at the University of Ghana.

The Vice Presidential nominee, Nana Gabby Nketia had also visited the Brong Ahafo and Volta regions to interact with electoral and calling on them to vote the CPP into power to lead the country into economic growth and social transformation.


‘CPP nomination forms accepted’

The Electoral Commission (EC) last week accepted the nomination forms of the Convention People’s Party and cleared it to contest in the upcoming elections. 13 presidential candidates were disqualified by the EC after their nomination forms were found to have been improperly filled.


By: Jonas Nyabor/citifmonline.com/Ghana