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The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) will confirm the party’s Presidential Candidate for the 2012 election today, Tuesday, 3rd April 2012.

The confirmation will be done by PPP paid up, card-carrying members in all 230 constituencies across the country. The PPP has one presidential aspirant Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom. Therefore, the Party’s members in all the constituencies will be a candidate.

The PPP’s constitutions allows all paid up, card-carrying members of the party to vote in national and presidential elections. Therefore we expect as many of the 25,000 possible people who have so far registered as paid up members to be part of the process nationally.

The PPP is a new party formed by like-minded men and women from all over the country, who want a very focused, vibrant, independent-minded and progressive Political Movement to contest the 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary elections. It is an independent party that will fight its own battles to get to Parliament and the Flagstaff House.

The PPP wants the opportunity to implement an Agenda for Change that is built on four pillars - Stewardship, Education, Healthcare and Jobs. We will implement the Agenda using the spirit of inclusiveness that will enable us to use the best Ghanaians, full participation of women and the youth, and above all a leadership that is incorruptible.

By dealing with corruption, we can double government revenue which we will use to pay for our transformational initiatives in education, healthcare and job creation.

Kofi Asamoah-Siaw

National Secretary
Source: citifmonline.com

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