No campaign activities ahead of upcoming national conference - NPP warns delegates

No campaign activities ahead of upcoming national conference - NPP warns delegates

  • NPP has banned all campaign activities ahead of its delegates conference
  • Delegates have been advised to desist from displaying paraphernalia within the Greater Kumasi Metropolis
  • Delegates who go against this directive, risk being disqualified

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The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has issued a directive warning all delegates to stop any campaign activities ahead of the party's delegates conference.

The NPP banned the display of paraphernalia and advocacy for aspirants at the upcoming conference at Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

According to a report filed by, Yaw Buaben Asamoa, the Director of Communications of NPP said prior to and during the conference on December 18-20, no billboards, banners, or any kind of outdoor signage with the images and or names of individual members, with or without the consent of the individual, shall be acceptable.

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NPP warns delegates to desist from campaigning prior to the national delegates conference
Photo of some NPP at an annual delegates congress Photo credit:
Source: UGC

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This directive according to Buaben Asamoa applies to the areas within the Kumasi Metropolis

" no t-shirts, flyers, brochures, or souvenirs, branded and embossed with the portraits and names of individuals, shall be allowed within the precincts of the Conference, including but not limited to places of accommodation for delegates, he said.

He added that any person's whose image is flaunted with or without their consent, on any advocacy material without intervening runs a higher risk of disqualification.

Akufo-Addo promises to peacefully hand over power in 2025

In other news, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has assured Ghanaians that he is going to peacefully hand over power in 2025.

According to the president, he is not going to exceed the four-year limit mandate by constitutional provisions for his own selfish reasons.

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Akufo-Addo also mentioned that he would not make any substantial change to the electoral laws before the 2024 general elections.

“I will respect the two-term limit for the exercise of presidential authority, as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Ghana, and I will hand over power to the next elected President on January 7, 2025,” Akufo-Addo said.

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