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29-Jun-2011  
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A cross section of the public in Cape Coast on Tuesday appealed to the leadership of the Convention Peoples’ Party (CPP) to work harder and put the necessary mechanisms in motion for the public to have confidence in it and desire to vote it into power.

They said Ghanaians were disappointed at the performance of the
National Democratic Congress and the New Patriotic Party and are
looking forward for a more powerful force that could dislodge them.
These came out when the “Youth for Nduom 2012” an exploratory
committee set up to investigate the viability of Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom
as the Presidential candidate for the 2012 general elections carried
out its maiden research in Cape Coast on Tuesday.

The Research formed part of its nationwide tour to also ascertain
the reasons behind the poor show up of the CPP in 2012 and explore the
weaknesses and strengths of Dr. Nduom as a potential candidate for the
CPP in 2012.

In an interview with the Ghana News Agency in Cape Coast the
spokesperson, Mr. Richard Nii Amarh, said the random interview was
done at the Kingsway, Kotokuraba, Adisadel, Apewosika and Amamoma all
in Cape Coast.

He said some people revealed they have lost confidence in
politicians in the country and would therefore not vote in any
elections again.

Those interviewed included market women, sales executives,
teachers, fishermen and traders most of whom called on the CPP to
market Dr. Nduom well to enable him win the next election because he
was qualified for the position of President.
 
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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