MS. BRIGITTE DZOGBENUKU’S ACCEPTANCE SPEECH AS FLAGBEARER, DELIVERED ON 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2020 AT THE INTERNATIONAL PRESS CENTER, ACCRA

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Your Excellencies, members of the Diplomatic Corps, Chairman and executives of the Progressive People’s Party,  representatives of the Electoral Commission, members of the press invited guests and our friends from the CSOs, ladies and gentlemen,  welcome to the International Press Centre and thank you for being here to witness another special occasion in Ghana’s political […]

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PAA WILLIE FILES HIS PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION FORM

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18th August, 2020 One of the Presidential Candidate aspirants of the Progressive Peoples Party (PPP), Mr. William Kofi Dowokpor filed his presidential nomination forms this morning at the Party’s Headquarters at Avenor off JA Kufour Avenue. Mr. Dowokpor address the press immediately after the National Secretary Paa Kow Ackon received and accepted his nomination. Paa […]

May Day Message BRING THE GHANAIAN AND AFRICAN ECONOMIES BACK HOME

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Ghana’s inability to feed and shelter a few thousands of vulnerable citizens beyond three weeks in Greater Accra and Kumasi, our two largest cities during the initial lock down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, must serve as a reality check for the managers of our economy. Where is the impact of the social intervention policies that successive administrations claim credit for?

NOMINATIONS FOR CONSTITUENCY, REGIONAL, PARLIAMENTARY AND PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

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This directive applies in part to constituencies who have not elected their executives and parliamentary candidates as at 24th December, 2019 and applies in part to all constituencies especially with Regional and National Elections. The National Executive Committee hereby directs affected constituencies to open nominations as per schedule below. ACTIVITY DATE constituency Elections   Opening […]

ABORTED 17TH DECEMBER 2019 REFERENDUM: WE STAND BY OUR COMMITMENT FOR THE ELECTION OF MMDCEs

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We propose that, parliament should still make change happen by focusing on amending Articles 243(1), 243(3), 248(1)(2) and 242(d) to establish the basis for the election of our MMDCEs.

If we are interested in holding our leaders accountable in the generation and judicious use of our resources for rapid development at the local level, then we must all support the call by the PPP to change the Constitution to enable the election of all MMDCEs.