The Acting General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), John Boadu, has reacted to issues regarding the leakage of his party’s manifesto.
John Boadu has allayed the fears of NPP followers that some party officials had leaked their manifesto to the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC).
According him, the party has devised a strategy to communicate their core campaign policies to the electorates as their flagbearer tours the country.
Since the NDC previewed their manifesto last Tuesday, the NPP has had to deal with heightened suspicion as some party officials have been accused of leaking the contents of their yet-to-be launched manifesto to their main opponents.
In an interview with Accra-based Oman FM this morning, John Boadu claimed he had in his possession the NDC manifesto which would be launched Saturday, September, 17, 2016.
“As we speak, I have in front of me the NDC manifesto”, he claimed, stressing it was only normal for parties competing in an election to have foreknowledge of their opponents' moves.
The release of the manifestos of the two major parties in the upcoming general elections has been a contentious issue. Both parties are accusing each other of stealing ideas.