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Ahead of election 2016, the New Patriotic Party has pushed for an alternative funding strategy to ensure an effective election campaign and victory for the party.

The party recently launched a fundraising campaign to allow party members, sympathizers, donors and every Ghanaian who believe in their course to contribute via phone recharging cards.

In less than a month, the Communication Director of the NPP, Nana Akomea has expressed delight in the high purchase of their scratch cards.

He told NEAT FM’s morning show host, Kwesi Aboagye that, there is scarcity of the cards in town as well as networking problem – but promised the problem will be resolved in due time to allow party fanatics contribute towards the campaign.

Nana Akomea however urged the electorates to help the party’s course – “Ghanaians should help NPP to bring a change,” he said on NEAT FM’s 'Ghana Montie'.

The scratch card option allows you to donate half the face value of the scratch card to the campaign.

Below are the steps:

DIAL *759*PIN# to TOP UP - Cards are available in the following denominations: GHC2.00, GHC5.00, GHC10.00, and GHC20.00

Upon successful loading of a scratch card you will receive a feedback on the amount donated and airtime recharged.

For example, upon loading of a GHC2.00 card you will receive the following message: “Thank you for successful recharge of GHC1.00 and donation of GHC1.00. Donate more for change. Tell a friend. Kitewaa biara nsua. IAMFORNANA”
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