Hassan Ayariga will be president come December 2020 – APC

The All People’s Congress has called on Ghanaians to consider voting for Dr. Hassan Ayariga as president of the republic of Ghana come December 2020 as both the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC) have failed Ghanaians with bad leadership.

According to the party, Hassan Ayariga has the capacity to rescue Ghanaians from the current economic hardship and development, they therefore urged Ghanaians to vote for Hassan Ayariga as he is the only hope left.

They announced that they are set to distribute 16 branded pickups to the sixteen regions of the nation to enhance political activities of the party towards the APC’s victory come December 2020.

Speaking to the media, General Secretary for APC, Modecai Thiombiano, said “our country is in crisis and needs urgent crop of new leadership skills and vision to rescue our people. We need a third force that we will give Ghanaians a better leadership and vision for economic freedom and development. Our leader Dr. Ayariga is our last hope and we ask Ghanaians to see the APC party as that alternative force that will rescue Ghanaians from hopelessness and bad leadership.”

“We are asking Ghanaians today to start the campaign of “Bye Bye to NDC and Bye Bye to NPP,” we need a change.”

Meanwhile the party has opened nomination for both presidential and parliamentary aspirants ahead of their National Delegates Congress.

Presidential candidates are expected to pay an amount of GH¢20,000 for picking the nomination forms and GH¢50,000 as the filing fee.

All aspiring parliamentary candidates will also pay an amount of GH¢1,000 for their forms and an amount of GH¢2,000 for filling.

Opening of nomination for all parliamentary aspirants will start from the 14th of February and close on the 28th of February 2020 as vetting of National Executives will be held on the 25th April 2020 at the party’s headquarters in Haatso from 9am to 5pm.

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