- First Vice Chairman of NPP, Fredrick Fredua Anto, has said the NPP was going all out to establish itself as a preferred political party
- According to him, NPP is targeting 60 per cent of the presidential votes in the upcoming December
- His statement has drawn a lot of reaction from Ghanaians
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In the 2016 general elections, the New Patriotic Party, (NPP) obtained 53.07 percent and won 169 seats in Parliament.
The First Vice Chairman of NPP, Fredrick Fredua Anto, has said the NPP was going all out to establish itself as a preferred political party, which was focused and committed to transform the nation and improve the lives of all citizens.
Speaking at separate ceremonies to inaugurate constituency campaign teams for the Party’s 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections, he said the NPP is targeting 60 per cent of the presidential votes in the upcoming December polls.
The Party is also rallying to secure 180 out of the 275 seats in Parliament.
The comment from the first vice chairman of the NPP has drawn a lot of criticism from Ghanaians
Emmanuel believes it is possible because of the impact NPP has on Ghanaians.
Gordon said it seems only his family will be voting for him.
Abdul said it will end in total embarrassment.
Ivan simply wished them well.
In other news, flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama on Wednesday, August 26, 2020, introduced his running mate to the overlord of the Ashanti Kingdom, Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.
Mahama formally introduced his running mate, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, to the Asantehene.
Speaking after the introduction, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, wished the duo well and charge the former president to do a self-introspection on why he lost the 2016 election as the incumbent and also communicate to Ghanaians what new he has for the country.
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