NPP Chapter In Germany Donates 50,000 Euros To Support Party’s Campaign

The NPP Germany chapter made the donation on Wednesday October 26, at the NPP national headquarters. 

To show their unflinching support of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), the party’s chapter in Germany have donated a whopping sum of 50,000 euros to support the party’s campaign. The NPP Germany chapter made the donation on Wednesday [October 26], at the NPP national headquarters.

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The mouthwatering donation according to reports, is for the purpose of the party’s campaign ahead of the elections. The amount is to help provide the needed resources and adequate motivation for the party’s polling agents during the 2016 December general election.

The chairman, Rev. Alex Acheampong who presented the donation on behalf of the members of NPP Germany Chapter, said that the chapter plans to help the party win nine special Parliamentary seats in nine constituencies. The nine seats include; Ejura Sekyere Domasi, Techiman North and South, Salaga South, Nanton, Ledzekuku, Fantiakwa, Cape Coast North and Lower West Akim constituency.

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Rev. Acheampong said that the diaspora is confident that the NPP will win the coming elections. He continued that it is only the major opposition party that can transform economy of Ghana from its present economic misfortune. This he said, pointing out that the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC), has mishandled the country’s economy thereby, causing the people to suffer severe hardship.

He urged the people to support the NPP campaign as the Flagbearer, Nana Akufo-Addo is that leader who can take the country to greater heights. Rev Acheampong said that Ghanaians in diaspora believe that with a good government, Ghana can develop like other First World countries such as the United Kingdom.

Ghana goes to the polls on December 7. NPP’s Flagbearer will compete for the presidential seat with President Mahama who is vying for a second term, and other aspirants from other political parties.