NPP holds National Delegates Conference 

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) will from today, Friday 20th December, 2019, hold its third National Delegates conference since it took power in 2017.
The conference which is enshrined in Article 10(2) of the party’s constitution is expected to bring together over 6,500 party officers from constituencies across the country.
Others who are expected at the conference are founding fathers of the party, branches abroad, TESCON affiliates, Members of Parliament and Government Appointees.
At a press conference held on Thursday ahead of the conference, the party’s General Secretary, John Boadu, stated that the three days long conference will begin on Friday with Muslim Prayers. On Saturday 21st December 2019, there shall be a Church Service shared with a congregation of the Seventh Day Adventists at Labone.
The main activities for the conference will be held at the Fantasy Dome of the Trade Fair Site at La.
It shall be held under the theme; “WE HAVE PERFORMED BETTER-4 MORE TO DO MORE”
According to the General Secretary, on Sunday, there will be a Church service in the morning and a special programme where resolutions and reports of the party will be read in the afternoon.
He stated that the  day will end with a Rally at the forecourt of the Trade Fair Site.
The rally, according to Mr. Boadu, will be addressed by the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, among other Party stalwarts.
Better Performance 
Mr. Boadu stated that the party chose the theme because the Government, given the shambles of an economy it inherited in 2017, has performed far better and expects four more years to do even more.
He stated that the NPP, whenever it is in government, does better outlining some successes of the erstwhile Kufuor administration which he says were all reversed by the Mahama government.
He asked Ghanaians to “hold fast to the credible, transformational, intergenerational policies being pursued by the Government” and not to “slide back into policy laziness, recklessness and greedy “create, loot and share”, the predictable end of which he stated is ‘massive debt and the IMF in charge’.
He indicated that the NPP unlike the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been candid with the implementation of its manifesto promises.
The party’s 2016 manifesto was titled “CHANGE – AN AGENDA FOR JOBS” and was aimed at “Creating Prosperity & Equal Opportunity for All”.
Eulogising the manifesto, Mr. Boadu said it has been the subject of most public debate and analysis since the 4th Republic, leading to numerous surveys and extensive public commentary on whether or not the government has fulfilled its promises.
The party has also called on Ghanaians to do an evaluation of the long term impact of the vision of the President to transform this country beyond aid and debt into a safe, secure nation with a healthy, skilled manpower base driving diversification for opportunities and incomes with modern technology and appropriate rules, whilst maintaining relations by contributing our quota to world peace and stability.
“The NPP believes we generate better choices when we are in charge. The governments produced by the NPP in the 4th Republic have been forward looking, decisive and growth oriented,” said Mr. Boadu.
He rehashed some of the achievements of the party as was stated by the president on Friday 13th December, 2019 during the President’s encounter with the press saying “it was very clear that the President had a vision and he was following the vision with clear cut programmes.”
He spoke about the President’s vision on security, education and health, good economic management, small scale mining, one District, one factory among others.


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