The Progressive People's Party (PPP) held its final major rally in Elmina, birth place of the party's flag-bearer and founder, and brought the city's traffic to a gridlock due to the flow of supporters.
Slated to commence 3 p.m. at the Kobena Gyan Square, the venue was chocked full with party supporters. Meanwhile, Dr. Nduom visited the Kotokuraba and Abura Markets in Cape Coast to thank local traders for the support they've lent to Progressive People Party.
Dr. Nduom also thanked all Ghanaians in general for the support they had showed during his campaign, and in addition during his legal tussle with the Electoral Commission (EC). He called on citizens to go out and vote PPP, saying that a vote cast for the NDC or NPP would be doing the country "a great disservice".
Dr. Nduom also touched on Ghana's economy, saying that Ghana's economical problems stemmed from bad leadership by both major parties, the NDC and NPP. And said that a new opportunity for better leadership was now at hand, and that people should look to the PPP.
"We now have another opportunity to choose a better and qualified leader who has what it takes to lead the nation. Let's turn our attention to the PPP,"