Elections remain one of the seasons in Ghana's political dispensation which sees politicians not only make profound statements and policies but also very exciting slogans. Here are five of such campaign slogans.
1. ''Forward ever, backwards never''
This is part of the many other campaign slogans of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) ahead of the November 7 elections. Well, this slogan has attracted much controversy especially between the party and the Convention Peoples Party (CPP) as the latter argues the slogan is theirs.
2. ''Edey bee k3k3''
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) through its 2012 presidential candidate, President John Dramani Mahama won the general elections not just because of the various policies of the party but also the entertaining campaign slogan couched from the advertisement of the telecommunications network MTN.
3. "Ghana must work again''
Ghana must work again happens to be the campaign slogan of two major political parties the NPP in 2015 and also the CPP.he CPP warned the New Patriotic Party(NPP) to desist from using its slogan “ Ghana Must Work Again” this was contained in a statement. The CPP first used the slogan during the 2012 general election, giving them some sort of ownership to the saying in the country.
4. ''Arise for change''
It seems the opposition New Patriotic (NPP) ''could'' be winning the November 7 general elections with their decisive campaign slogan. The said slogan follows economic arguments against the policies of the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC).
5. ''Positive Change''
Kufour in 1996 and 2000 adopted the slogan, “Positive Change” suggesting that there was such negativity, economically, at least, that the NDC government under Rawlings had supervised, so it was time to dump the party of retrogressive.