NPP Canada Branch Endorses Joe Ghartey for NPP Presidential Candidate
The Canada branch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has publicly backed Mr. Joe Ghartey, current Member of Parliament for Essikado-Ketan, as the best candidate to lead the party and Ghana as a whole as President.
During a recent town hall meeting, Mr. Ghartey shared his vision for the country and the party, focusing on the expansion of the private sector and plans for a lean government with a maximum of 60 Ministers. He stressed that his appointments would be based on merit and represent the country, and he prioritized diaspora relations as a key part of his vision.
The meeting was followed by over two hours of questions and answers, covering a range of topics. The overwhelming agreement was that Mr. Ghartey was ready to be the NPP flagbearer and Ghana’s President, with the NPP Canada Branch pledging its unwavering support for him.
Mr. Ghartey is a former Minister for Railways Development and Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, and his vast experience in public service has proven to be a significant factor in the NPP Canada Branch’s decision.
The NPP Canada Branch’s endorsement of Mr. Ghartey comes at a crucial time for the party as they prepare for the upcoming presidential primaries, which will determine who will lead the party into the 2024 general elections.
For the most part, the decision by the NPP Canada Branch to endorse Mr. Ghartey reflects his popularity and appeal to both the party members and the general public. His vision for the country and the party’s growth aligns with the current socio-economic climate in Ghana, and his experience in public service provides the much-needed assurance that he is the right candidate to take Ghana to the next level.
In conclusion, Mr. Joe Ghartey’s endorsement by the NPP Canada Branch is a significant boost to his campaign and underscores his suitability to lead the party and Ghana as President. The NPP Canada Branch has spoken, and it is now up to the party and Ghanaians to decide if he is the right candidate to lead the country.
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