The Progressive People’s Party (PPP)
The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has finally been given the green light to operate as a fully-fledged political party in the country.
The Electoral Commission Thursday presented a provisional license to the PPP. The party was formed last year after the 2008 flag-bearer of the Convention Peoples’ Party (CPP), Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom broke away.
The activities of the party were stalled due to the delay in securing the provisional license.
The spokesperson of Dr Nduom’s campaign team, Richmond Keelson, said the movement is now poised to position itself as a serious political party.
“We have that larger and bigger visibility all over the country. These are things that we have done on the quiet, now that the license has been given to us; I guess that right from this afternoon you could see us moving all over with our banners, with our fliers and posters.”