- John Mahama has announced he has received the manifesto
- According to him, te manifesto represents the NDC and the social contract of the good people of Ghana
- The manifesto was presented to him by the Manifesto Working Committee
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Even though the running mate for the National Democratic Congress in the upcoming December 2020 polls has not been announced, John Mahama has announced he has received the manifesto.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mahama noted that the manifesto was presented to him by the Manifesto Working Committee.
According to him, the manifesto represents the NDC and the social contract of the good people of Ghana.
I have received a copy of our manifesto for the December 2020 elections from the Manifesto Working Committee. This document, The People’s Manifesto, will represent the NDC and my social contract with the good people of Ghana. I thank you all for your contributions to the compilation, and as I have promised, I look forward to the Policy Dialogue Series through which I will be sharing details of the various sectors and themes of the Manifesto, he noted.
Ghanaians have, however, flooded the post with their comments.
@John Buabeng believes the NDC is doing something right this time:
I think NDC party is doing something right this time around, they have learnt their mistakes and I like how united they are working this time around.
@Samuel Nii Okine-Armah believes the NDC will deliver:
We trust you Sir, we know you will deliver. You won't come and tell us it's a vision and not a promise. As for yaanom di33, their end has come quickly.
@Manfred Nyarko said the victory of the NDC is coming again:
The victory of the NDC is coming again and the people say "heeijor bordorr"
@Kwaku Ofori believes the manifesto will be accepted by all:
The people’s manifesto will surely be accepted by the people to cast their vote for the great NDC.
@Isaac Ntowwacky is looking out for best policies:
This year, I am looking out for the party with best policy on sanitation and housing.
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In other news, John Dramani Mahama has expressed his party's disappointment in the ruling of the Supreme Court.
According to him, the party does not agree with the outcome of the case they [NDC] filed at the Supreme Court.
Addressing a press conference on 25 June, Mahama said the legal team of the NDC is examining this decision even as they await the full judgement from the Supreme Court.
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