Presidential candidate for the Progressive People’s Party, Paa Kwesi Ndoum says since it is clear to everyone that the unemployment levels in the country could threaten the very peace we enjoy, it was time Ghanaians gave him the mandate to become the country’s next leader when incumbent, Mahama is dislodged at the December polls.
The Peoples progressive Party (PPP) has criticised President John Mahama's decision to use Ghana's oil revenue as the backbone of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) should he win a second term as president.
President Mahama contends the Supreme Divine who ordained him as president in 2012 has been generous to him explaining despite the many strikes embarked on by various worker groups against his government which could have ended the careers of other leaders, he’s braved them all.
The New Patriotic Party’s presidential candidate, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo maintains his party will offer a better alternative to the NDC’s poor handling of the state adding upon victory at the polls, his government shall fulfill all the pledges made to Ghanaians.
Candidate Mahama still on his Greater Accra regional campaign tour has informed teeming party supporters and observers that his government has ordered for 20 more foot bridges to be installed on various accident prone roads in the country.
The People’s National Convention Chairman, Bernard Monarh has entreated small scale business operators in the Northern Region to vote for his party’s presidential candidate, Dr. Edward Mahama in December’s election as well as the parliament candidates representing the party.
A pro-New Patriotic Party (NPP) group, Let My Vote Count Alliance (LMVCA) will on Friday organise a rally in Accra to commemorate the one year anniversary of the demonstration to demand a credible voter’s register for the general elections.
The Peoples National Convention (PNC) has declared its intent to use every means at their disposal to get the Electoral Commission (EC) to reduce filing fees for presidential and parliamentary candidates in the upcoming elections which had been pegged at GH¢50,000 and GH¢10,000 respectively.
Campaign Coordinator of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams has stated that the party is not bothered by the GHC 50,000 being charged by the Electoral Commission (EC) as filing fees for presidential candidates in the upcoming general elections.