NPP’S RICH MANIFESTO CONTENTS FORCE NDC TO POSTPONE UNVEILING THEIRS FOR A MAJOR REVIEW AND EDITORIAL WORK
On the 23rd day of October, 2019, Mahama, in an unattractively breathy tone, unveiled the manifesto committee of the NDC.
The group sampled the very people who supervised the most ingloriously incompetent managerial practices of the economy in our history.
As expectations grew over the kind of policy directives the group would come out with and how the whole document would be compiled, we were hit with shockwaves as they told us they were not going to think to generate the ideas but would rely on those they seek to govern to help them.
It’s been over ten months since those lazybones were brought together to compile their manifesto.
For some months now, we’ve heard of the manifesto being ready for outdooring. Several dates have been given but missed.
The NPP launched its manifesto in Cape Coast with the main theme of guarding and consolidating the gains so far made. The contents of the manifesto of the NPP are very rich.
The NDC, once again, promised to unveil its manifesto on 31st August but has unsurprisingly eaten back those words.
The party, information from the grapevine, indicates , has set its editorial team upon the party’s manifesto with the view to changing aspects of their manifesto which have been subsumed by the ruling party’s informative and highly receptive policies contained in their unveiled manifesto.
The NDC, from all indications, has shifted their manifesto launch to the 7th September and the reasons are not farfetched.
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.