Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom did not slow down his campaign when the Electoral Commission initially disqualified him from the presidential race.
And now that he is back in the race after a few court cases, it seems his campaign has increased in both reach and format.
The flag bearer of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), has called on God to render the hearts of Ghanaian voters congenial towards him come December 7th.
In a rather endearing and touching post on his official Facebook page, Dr. Nduom asserted that he believed that God would choose the person who "leads the nation."
“I know that many Ghanaians believe that it is God who determines who should lead this nation. Therefore, before I go any further, I wish to pray to God Almighty, the Maker of Heaven and Earth, to touch the hearts and minds of all Ghanaians, give them life, good health, as I continue to pray to the Blessed Virgin Mary and all the angels and saints to make it possible for the people to vote for me, Papa Kwesi Nduom, on December 7, 2016 to become the next president of the Republic of Ghana,” he prayed.
He also laid down some of his core policies to implement as president of Ghana should he emerge victorious after the December ballots.
“When Ghanaians get to meet our members and experience their competence, they will agree with us wholeheartedly the fact that this party, PPP, has available, qualified and experienced men and women – bankers, teachers, lawyers, engineers, entrepreneurs etc. – we will offer as part of an inclusive team to take charge of Ghana in January 2017 and make it a better nation for all its citizens,” he noted.
The business mogul is running against the incumbent John Dramani Mahama of the National Democratic Congress, Nana Addo Dankwa of the New Patriotic Party, Ivor Greenstreet of the CPP and other in a bid to occupy the Flagstaff House.
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