- The NDC launched its manifesto for the 2020 elections on Monday, September 7
- The manifesto is centered on six thematic areas
- NDC flagbearer, John Mahama was captured on video all teary
- Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) on Monday, September 7, 2020, launch their manifesto for the 2020 elections at the UPSA in Accra.
The manifesto is called ‘The People’s Manifesto’.
The 143-page policy document is the NDC blueprint aimed at creating jobs and building a strong economy when it wins the December polls.
YEN.com.gh monitored that event and reported that the NDC Manifesto will focus on delivering on the following development priorities over the next four (4) years:
• Fixing the Economy and Uniting Against Poverty
• Promoting Human Development
• Providing Infrastructure for Accelerated Growth
• Creating Sustainable and Decent Jobs “Edwuma Pa”
• Promoting Good Governance, Anti-Corruption and Accountability
• Deepening International Relations and Foreign Affairs.
Another highlight of the event was the moment when the party’s flagbearer, John Mahama mounted the podium to deliver his speech for the evening.
The former president was seen on stage very emotional, to the point of shedding tears.
YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video showing the emotional moment John Mahama mounted the stage to deliver the NDC 2020 manifesto.
This website also reported earlier that Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has been touring the Savannah region as part of this visit to his working tour to Northern Ghana.
On day four of his tour, Dr. Bawumia stormed the hometown of former president John Dramani Mahama.
In a post on his Facebook wall, the Vice President revealed how he was welcomed by a mammoth crowd when he visited the National Democratic Congress (NDC) flag bearer’s hometown, Bole.
John Mahama's emotional moment on stage at the NDC's manifesto launch | #Yencomgh
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