Divine Nkrumah (National Youth Coordinator)The progressive youth across the country met at Peki, South Dayi Constituency for the party’s maiden youth conference. At the conference, the National executives, Regional executives, Constituency youth organisers, PYM coordinators, Parliamentary candidates took turns to address the audience.

The core message was to remind the people of Peki and voltarians at large to embrace the change from the PPP in order to witness a massive development in their various constituencies. The people were assured that a vote for the Progressive People’s Party during the November 7th polls shall never be a waste, but a firm choice that they stand against bribery and corruption, economic hardships, unemployment, high rate of inflation, disgrace at the international front, and indecisive leadership.

The Progressive Youth was tasked to spread the Gospel that the Party have for Ghanaians. PPP wants the opportunity to implement an agenda for change when Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom is made president of the Republic of Ghana come January 2017. This agenda is built on four pillars – Stewardship, Education, Healthcare and Jobs.

We will implement the Agenda using the spirit of inclusiveness that will enable us to use the best Ghanaians; full participation of women and the youth; and above all a leadership that is incorruptible. By dealing with corruption, we can double government revenue which we will use to pay for our transformational initiatives in education, healthcare and job creation. The ten (10) points have been summarized as follows;
Create a just and disciplined society.
Improve the performance of Government
Give power to the people for development.
Strengthen the Parliament to perform its legislative duties effectively.
Provide quality education for every Ghanaian child.
Provide energy for industrialization and rapid development.
Provide better health care and cleaner environment.
Attack crime, the drug trade and corruption.
Empower the diaspora.
Create jobs.

I therefore entreat every Ghanaian to consider what the Progressive People’s Party have on offer.

Adomako-Mensah Ebenezer

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