- President Akufo-Addo’s political journey amid his struggles and 2016 election victory has been summarised in a creative New Patriotic Party (NPP) campaign video
- The video features an old man who is the grandfather of a little boy who has a dream to become a president
- The creative campaign piece is rapidly gaining attention on social media
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Ghana’s president, Akufo-Addo’s political journey amid his struggles, eventual rise, and resounding victory to the Jubilee House, have been captured in an NPP campaign video.
The creative piece features a little boy with a dream to become a president in the future and his grandfather as his source of motivation.
There’s no scintilla of falsehood in the narratives that Nana Akufo-Addo is a determined trailblazer, resilient achiever, and a leader who has imprinted his mark in the sands of history.
President Nana Akufo-Addo’s active political journey formally began in 1970.
From his days as the Secretary-General of the People’s Movement for Freedom and Justice (PMFJ), to his active membership in the Alliance for Change, he has helped in shaping Ghana’s political narrative.
The president’s political journey, his determination, and resilience in the face of defeat, and eventual 53. 85 percent victory in the 2016 general election, have been well captured in a campaign video of the New Patriotic Party.
The video features an ambitious young boy with an aspiration to become a president in the future.
He decries to his grandfather about how his friends ridicule him whenever he tells them about his dream to be a president.
In the video that is making the rounds on social media, the boy’s grandfather recounts how Nana Akufo-Addo became Ghana’s president through perseverance.
Watch the video of the adorable little boy telling his grandfather about his dream to become a president one day, the obstacles he faced from his detractors and how his grandfather motivated him.
In another story, Gender Minister, Cynthia Mamle Morrison, has recounted an empowering story about how she started life as a businesswoman before she became a politician.
Hon. Morrison noted that it was with sweat and tears that she made ends meet at the age of 23 years old.
The accomplished minister urged women who have decided to venture into start-up businesses to remain focused. She stressed that it is one of the certain ways for their businesses to grow.
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