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300 People From The NDP Has Defected To The NPP In Manhyia South Constituency

300 People From The NDP Has Defected To The NPP In Manhyia South Constituency

300 People From The NDP Has Defected To The NPP In Manhyia South Constituency

Quick past National Democratic Party (NDP) Constituency Chairman for Manhyia South Benjamin Kofi Boadu Amankwah and more than 300 others have defected to the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

The defectors state they were taking this choice over what they state is a mission for a party with better approaches.

At a public interview Thursday, Mr Amankwah likewise took on the NDC party saying the John Mahama organization never actualized a solitary social intercession program to enable Ghanaian to individuals.

In any case, not at all like each party in Ghana, NPP has focused on it to actualize strategies that help normal residents through their Members of Parliament.

Mr Amankwah illustrated the tarring of streets, free instruction, disinfection activities, among others as the explanation the NPP should reign in the constituency.

He in this manner encouraged constituents to cast a ballot greatly for the occupant Member of Parliament, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh and the party’s official applicant Nana Akufo-Addo on political decision day.

“As should be obvious, we are going all out to crusade greatly for President Akufo-Addo and Matthew Opoku Prempeh. We are focusing on 95 percent for them. We have understood that the NPP is the main party which can carry thriving to the Ghanaian public thus our surrender is all together”, he said.

Manhyia South Organizer of the NPP, Alhaji Abuba who talked in the interest of the party engaged all other individuals from the political gap in the constituency to ‘see the light’ and go along with them to call for advancement.

He asked the defected NDP individuals to strive to hold the seat for “the triumphant group”.

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