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Address by Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, Chairman of the National Committee of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) at a Press Conference on Local Government, Decentralisation and Election of MMDCEs held in Accra on April 25, 2018

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Ladies and Gentlemen of the Media; Thank you for accepting our invitation. We appreciate your presence here as we, the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) recognize that your work is critical to achieving stability and ensuring the transparency and accountability we need in this nation. We have called you here today to present to you our […]

1st February, 2018 PRESS STATEMENT PPP TO HOST THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE AFRICA LIBERAL NETWORK and INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF LIBERAL YOUTH

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The Progressive Peoples Party (PPP) wishes to announce to its members and the General Public that it shall be hosting the 14th General Assembly of the Africa Liberal Network (ALN) in Accra from 1st March to 4th March 2018. Being the Largest Political Affiliation of Liberals in Africa, the Africa Liberal Network (ALN)’s General Assembly […]

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21st September 2017 For Immediate Release HAPPY FOUNDER’S DAY

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21st September 2017 For Immediate Release HAPPY FOUNDER’S DAY On this Founder’s Day, 21st September, 2017, the Progressive People’s Party wishes to pay glowing tribute to Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah for his selfless dedication to the service of Ghana and his efforts aimed at improving the welfare of the disadvantaged and marginalized. Dr Nkrumah’s enviable […]

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MANDATORY TOW LEVY: YENTUA

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The Progressive Peoples Party calls on Ghanaians to resist any attempt by the government to impose what it calls “Mandatory Tow Levy”. Ghanaians must object to this lackadaisical attitude towards solving problems in this country. The penchant of successive governments to opt for easier methods of solving problem in this country must not be countenanced. […]