PNC Vows To Unseat NDC Come 2016 Elections

PNC Vows To Unseat NDC Come 2016 Elections

Newly elected Chairman of the People's National Convention (PNC), Bernard Mornah has given the strongest indication that the party is bent on winning the 2016 elections, thus unseating the incumbent National Democratic Congress from power. 

Speaking on the performance of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government, Bernard Mornah argued President Mahama's administration had failed Ghanaians since it took over power in 2012 - citing issues as the 2016 budget which the PNC argues as a burden on Ghanaians, the weakening of the cedi and uncompleted projects especially in the Upper East Region.

Bernard Mornah was able to garner 701 votes over the weekend's primaries. Meanwhile the PNC elections which came off in Wa in the Upper West region of Ghana saw scuffles between supporters of the two main contestants for the flagbearership position - Hassan Ayariga and Edward Mahama; a development which saw the arrest of three people buy the police.

 

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