Dr. Nduom wants to look to the future rather than dwell on his loss in the last elections.
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Flagbearer of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) in the 2016 elections, Dr. Papa Kwasi Nduom says he has no regrets over the outcome of the polls.
According to the business mogul, he is rather saddened by the fact that none of the parliamentary candidates the party presented managed to win a seat.
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He insisted that the PPP is a growing party and will stand a better chance of winning an election in the near future.
Dr. Nduom, speaking at a press conference on Thursdays, said he had no regrets over his loss in the 2016 polls – where the PPP could only gather 1% of the total votes – and acknowledged the hard work of his campaign team.
“There were so many people who worked very hard to spread the PPP message of change all over the country and my greatest sorrow and sadness has to do with those parliamentary candidates who could not win their seats even though they worked very hard, he said, adding that: “For the election I have really no regrets because I believe that we as a party did what we needed to do.
“We got our message across, people worked hard, some volunteered money, time and effort and so there is nothing there as sadness in terms of our efforts, it is just the results that did not go they way we wanted. There are so many people who made me feel very confident about the future of this party.
The PPP was formed by Dr. Nduom after he broke away from the Convention People’s Party. The party contested in the last elections in 2012 before contesting in that of 2016.