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In the area of trade and industry, the NDC intends to increase demand for locally manufactured goods through promotion of made in Ghana goods by... The 2020 manifesto of the NPP also talks about support for made in Ghana goods including ...

How NPP, NDC Manifestos Intend To Address Challenges In Trade, Industry And Agriculture

Written By Yaw Ohemeng Kyei - The two main political parties have presented their manifestos for Ghanaians to decide which of them can solve the numerous challenges in the country. Gradually Ghanaians have become discerning and the quality of party manifesto is correlating positively with probability of a party taking over the Jubilee House. It is obvious the New Patriotic Party (NPP) won the 2016 election on the basis of quality of its manifesto and there is no doubt the elections of 2020 will be won based on the quality and merits of a party’s manifesto. From careful analysis, both parties claim to have the welfare of Ghanaians at heart. Indeed, both parties seem to have policies which can help Ghana meet its targets in the Sustainable Development Goals. Both have policies that can help Ghana meet the Malabo declaration and AU Agenda 2025 which incidentally coincides with the end of term of whoever wins the 2020 elections. Both parties intend to fashion out policies to help Ghana maximize gains from Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).

The big question is, ‘Do manifestoes really win votes in Ghana? Or elections are just won when a candidate’s time is up?

The ‘Leadership of Service Manifesto ‘Against ‘The Peoples Manifesto’- The Uniquity of The 2020 Presidential Elections

Manifestoes, usually known as Political party platforms in the United States especially, are a set of principal goals which are supported by a political party or an individual candidate, in order to appeal to the general public for the purpose of garnering support and votes from the general public.

What is worse, private schools have become the hardest hit in all this. It is estimated that about 36 thousand private schools have been affected by the continued closure of the schools with a ...

File image - President Akufo-Addo

The 16th COVID-19 broadcast by President Akufo-Addo was highly anticipated for obvious reasons. First, was the issue of re-opening of the country’s airspace. Second, was the re-opening of schools for Basic school pupils and first- and second-year students to get back into the classroom for contact lessons to re-start to banish the “apparition” that has supposedly enveloped Ghana’s education system, since schools were shut way back in March.

Government has on several platforms and fora assured the business community that AfCFTA is a game changer and can transform the country’s economy. There has been improved macroeconomic indicators, ...

AfCFTA Benefits To Ghanaian Businesses

Written By Yaw Ohemeng Kyei - The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is a novelty by the Africa Union to encourage intra Africa trade. Phase one of its protocol was negotiated in the area of trade in goods; services; working groups and procedures for settlement of disputes. AfCFTA is in line with the vision and targets of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Intra African trade is 16 percent whilst Africa’s share in global trade is two-point six percent. This means Ghana’s share of intra African trade and global trade are approximately 0.3 percent and 0.04 percent.

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