Backbone for good governance, a pressure group has asked the opposition New Patriotic Party not to take Ghanaians for granted.
The group says it has taken too long for the NPP to launch its manifesto, which they believe is another ploy to keep Ghanaians waiting for nothing.
“Less than three (3) months to election none of the political parties has outdoor its plans for the nation despite going about making promises. This clearly demonstrate how unprepared they are to turn the fortunes of this country, but take the electorate for granted when they are voted for because they will be voted for without the basics pillars to governing the state”
Read statement below
DON’T TAKE GHANAIANS FOR GRANTED OUTDOOR YOUR MANIFESTO
Manifesto all over the world serves as a blue print for political parties to the electorate a well-thought plan by a political party to demonstrate how prepared they are to drive the affairs of the state, it also give the electorate the opportunity to access the potential of a particular political group and how resolute they are to address the concern of the citizen and make them better off.
Less than three (3) months to election none of the political parties has outdoor its plans for the nation despite going about making promises. This clearly demonstrate how unprepared they are to turn the fortunes of this country, but take the electorate for granted when they are voted for because they will be voted for without the basics pillars to governing the state
We admonish the electorate to reject any political party who refuse to present it manifesto on time. Because this gives them opportunity to access them on those merit’s
We wish to commend the NDC on his grand launch of it manifesto. We have thought through and realize their manifesto has the potency to transform the nation and propel economic growth.
It is also important to acknowledge the four pillars. The NDC manifesto anchor on thus investing in people, infrastructural development and resilient economics this features has the capacity to propel economic growth and enhance the living standard of the people, infrastructure development serve as a basic block for every economic, thus good roads, educational facilities and affordable health system but it is sadden Ghana and Africa after many years of self rule still lack these basic amenities we recommend every political party to pay particular attention to these shortfall without which the economic cannot expand to create the needed employment to absorb the youth, it is wealthy to note the NDC government has done a remarking well in that area and has place emphasis again in it manifestoes
Backbone of good governance endorse the NDC manifesto and challenge the party to fellow it religiously when Ghanaian re-elected them, we call on other political parties to stop the baseless promise and demonstrate how prepared they are to form government by outdoing their manifesto.