Dr Nduom addressing party members

The Electoral Commission (EC) has given the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) a provisional license to operate as a political party in the country.

This means that the Dr. Paa Kwesi Induom-led PPP can contest as a political party in both the presidential and parliamentary elections come December 7.

The party, in a statement released yesterday, welcomed the decision by the electoral commission and congratulated the commission for the professionalism with which they had conducted their activities all these years.

The statement said, “We consider this as an opportunity for us to organize properly and to demonstrate to Ghanaians that we are capable of fighting to move Ghana away from the maintenance of mediocrity, the culture of indiscipline, the constant failure of leadership, the mismanagement of our natural resources and the gargantuan crimes perpetuated against the state”.

It further said, “We are ready to offer progressive and pragmatic leadership that focuses on education, job creation, industrialization, housing and preventive diseases that will lead Ghana to prosperity in Peace”.

The party promised that an administration led by the Progressive People’s Party will be open, transparent and will attack corruption and indiscipline with a sense of urgency in order to build a just and caring society that is prosperous.

By Cephas Larbi



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