I'II 'sacrifice' my life to see PPP contest in Dec. polls - Nduom
The disqualified candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has assured residents in the Bia West District of the Western region that he will do whatever it takes to be on the ballot paper for the presidential election come December 7.
The candidate told the charged crowd that he will continue to challenge his disqualification until he is reinstated as presidential candidate of the PPP to contest in the election.
The business mogul alleged that the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), and the Electoral Commission (EC) connived to disqualify him from contesting the presidential election.
Reporting from the campaign grounds, Nyankonton Mu Nsem’s Sir Joe said, Dr. Nduom assured the electorates that he will sacrifice his life if that will see his party contest in the 2016 presidential election.
Dr. Nduom admonished the residents to trust him because he has an impeccable record in the area of job creation and should he be voted for, he will transform this country better than what the incompetent NDC administration is doing.
He also indicated that he will scrap the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) should he be elected into office, Sir Joe reported. The number of crowd that turned up for the rally according to Sir Joe was however not encouraging and attendees were mostly women.
An Accra High Court will tomorrow [Friday] October 28, 2016 rule on the suit filed against the EC by the PPP challenging his disqualification.