Give us more than 8 years to keep moving Ghana forward-NPP

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) is advocating for more years so they could deliver to Ghanaians better opportunities and a decisive leadership.

The NPP says if given another term after their second term, the country will progress beyond what we see today.

Speaking at a press conference, the Director of Communications for the NPP, Yaw Boaben Asamoah said fixing the country needs a collective responsibility and does not only stop at the door step of the ruling government.

He said for the country to be fixed, you would need a party with the track record to manage the economy in a superior manner.

He asked Ghanaians to learn from the example of Germany and allow the NPP to rule for more years so we will achieve the results we want to see.

For him, the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU) has served Germans since 1945 with Angela Merkel serving as Chancellor since 2005.

He said people would ask why such a thing is happening in a country where democracy is upheld and practiced but it is important to note that when a party is able to perform well, you give them more years.

He also used Japan as an example saying the Liberal Democratic Party has served since 1945.

“It is not because there are no other parties in Japan but their performance is what has kept them in power. That is what we want to see in Ghana. The NPP is the only party that has managed to deliver to Ghanaians quality leadership and as a people, we have to retain the NPP in power for more years so they will keep moving Ghana forward,” he added.

“Why should we keep changing parties every 8 years when we can just keep the NPP in office to move Ghana forward. In Germany, In Japan, and in Canada, the people have kept a single party in power for several years because of their performance. Ghana should also practice this so we can stop the politics and keep the NPP in power and move Ghana forward,” he concluded.


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