NPP General Secretary affirms party’s strong economic record ahead of presidential elections

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Justin Kodua Frimpong
NPP General Secretary Justin Kodua Frimpong

The General Secretary of the governing New Patriotic Party (), , has declared that the 's record of reviving and improving Ghana's economy is unmatched, emphasizing the party's accomplishments in comparison to the National Democratic Congress ().

During a press conference held to discuss the details of the NPP's upcoming presidential elections on November 4, Kodua highlighted the NPP's track record of economic management, underscoring that the NPP stands out in terms of economic improvement.

Kodua stated, “When it comes to managing Ghana's economy, our opponents do not have a comparable record. It is the case that today, the feels emboldened because and the - war have eroded the gains we made immediately upon taking office on 7th January 2017.”

Furthermore, he commended the economic and managerial expertise of former President and the current President, Nana Addo Dankwa .

“Under President , from 7th January 2001 to 7th January 2009, the NPP pulled Ghana's economy out of the stagnation left by the NDC. Again, under President Nana Addo Dankwa , we grew the economy by an average of 7 percent for three consecutive years before the disruptions caused by the pandemic and 's War in . The truth is that we are fixing the economy, and soon, the hardships of today will be history. Our record is a clear assurance to Ghanaians that we will regenerate the economy.”

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