General secretary of the Party, John Boadu accused the NDC of delaying the launch of their manifesto just to steal ideas from the NPP.
The NDC has reportedly postponed its planned 2020 manifesto launch set for Monday, August,31,2020.
The Functional Executive Committee of the party has fixed Monday, September 07, 2020 as the new date for the launch of the 2020 manifesto.
A statement issued by the General Secretary of the party, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah said this will enable the national Executive Committee and the Council of Elders to approve the policy principles and strategies promised in the manifesto.
Organizers of the event say the event will be held virtually and streamed live on various media outlets while observing all the protocols against the spread of the coronavirus disease.
The NDC manifesto dubbed ‘The People’s Manifesto was presented to the party’s flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama, by the manifesto committee on Thursday, July 30. The NDC had slated Monday, August 31, 2020, for the launch of its manifesto for the 2020 polls.
It’s arch-rival- the ruling New Patriotic Party took a swipe at the leadership of the NDC while launching their manifesto for the December polls last Saturday, August 22, 2020, at Cape Coast in the Central region.
John Boadu believes the NDC has deliberately delayed the lunch of their manifesto to steal ideas from the NPP Manifesto and that the NDC manifesto is still under editing after seeing the mighty works and visions of the NPP.
“We have lunched ours, waiting to see what they have, but I can tell you they have nothing good to offer. Ghanaians will be the judege.” – John Boadu