Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has today Wednesday presented a copy of the party’s 2016 Manifesto to the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI).
According to the leader of the NPP, the meeting is to review the state of the economy and the nature of problems confronting local enterprises.
Also present was a founding member of the NPP, Allan Kwadwo Kyeremanteng.
The party on Sunday launched its 2016 Manifesto, leveraging on the creation of jobs and the implementation of social protection programmes to enhance the social, economic lives of Ghanaians.
The Manifesto, titled: “Change, Agenda for jobs: Creating Opportunities for All,” is a 68-page document.
It was unveiled at the Trade fair Centre in Accra, which was followed with a rally that attracted a huge crowd.
The document, according to the Party’s Flag bearer, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo, is a solemn contract between the NPP and the Ghanaian electorate, and not just any paper just to attract votes.
“We are not looking for catchy and/or meaningless slogans because they will win votes. We have not put together a Manifesto that sounds good, but does not positively affect the lives of the people of our country.”