Ivor Kobina Greenstreet, the Presidential Candidate of the Convention People’s Party (CPP) has entreated the Ghanaian electorate to give the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) electoral electric shock by voting for the CPP on Election Day, Monday December 7, 2020.
“The NPP and the NDC, had rotated in running the administration of the nation for as far back as 28 years, yet have not fulfilled the requirements of Ghanaians, and the opportunity has arrived to dismiss them for the CPP, Ghana’s establishing party, which has an unmatched history of advancement,” Mr Greenstreet said.
He added: “Everyone should search inside and ask what the bigger gatherings have done in the heap of issues confronting us.”
In a meeting with the Ghana News Agency (GNA), on Saturday, two days in front of December 7 general election, Mr Greenstreet, wondered why Ghana was all the while confronting hordes of issues with the NPP and NDC.
“We therefore call, with all truthfulness and earnestness to the individuals of Ghana to convey an electoral electric shock to NPP and NDC.
“CPP, akokor kokorr; the red cockerel, vote Number 4 on the Ballot Paper ” Mr Greenstreet stated, as he portrayed the CPP as the Northern Star in Ghana’s governmental issues.
The CPP Flagbearer extolled Ghanaians as daring, fearless, imaginative and harmony cherishing individuals, as he encouraged the electorate give the CPP the gesture to offer better approaches and projects and genuine solutions in their daily lives.
“CPP will offer more expectation; and with strategies that will acquire extremist change the lives of Ghanaians. Our aggregate obligation is to get ourselves out of the darkness towards the more prominent light should continue.
“Let put Ghana first and vote in harmony. Vote CPP,” Mr Greenstreet focused.
The two significant ideological groups, the NPP and NDC, are contesting the 2020 surveys, with occupant President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and former President John Dramani Mahama as a their particular flagbearers.
The others are; Christian Kwabena Andrews, Ghana Union Movement, Madam Akua Donkor, Ghana Freedom Party, Mr Henry Hebert Lartey, Great Consolidated Popular Party, Dr Hassan Ayariga, All People’s Congress, Percival Kofi Akpaloo Liberal Party of Ghana, David Apasera, People’s National Convention, Bridget Akosua Dzogbenoku, Progressive People’s Party and Alfred Kwame Asiedu Walker, Independent Party.