The Opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) pleads with Ghanaians to vote the Party back to power for sustainable growth and prosperity for all.
The party according to its flag bearer for the 2020 elections and former president, John Dramani Mahama, would make available 10 billion cedis investments that would tackle infrastructure expansion, agriculture among others.
Speaking at the Party’s Manifesto launch on Monday, in Accra, former president Mahama said the manifesto would provide the answer, coming from all NDC members and supporters, and men and women, who participated in its formulation.
Mr. Mahama said a sustainable and an “ever-growing prosperity” required the building of a robust social and economic infrastructure, one that supported creativity, innovation and the production of high value-added products and services. He said unfortunately, the current government had allegedly refused to continue on that path.
The manifesto is promising an Agenda 1 million jobs in the first term if elected into government.
The NDC says it would also ensure free primary health care and increase maternity leave from 3 to 4 months for working mothers.
The party is also promising to legalize and regulate Okada operations in the country.
The NDC’s manifesto is expected to deliver on promises on payment of all depositors of collapsed financial institutions and also ensure that through agenda sting corruption in both government and outside in order to make corruption unattractive.
In addition to ending the double track system in Senior High Schools, the NDC if elected in December, plans to make Technical and Vocational education free and a priority according to their manifesto.