United Kingdom and the Ireland chapters of National Democratic Congress have congratulated Professor Kweku Danso Boafo on new appointment.
The Chapter led by Alhaji Alhassan Mbalba issued a press statement on behalf of the entire executives to congratulate His Excellency Professor Kweku Danso Boafo. The former Ghana’s High commissioner to UK and Ireland has been appointed into NDC’s manifesto committee ahead of the elections.
Mbalba expressed gratitude to His Excellency John Dramani Mahama and his running mate Professor Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang for doing well.
‘The People’s Manifesto’ was launched on the 7th September, 2020 at the University of Professional Studies,UPSA.
THE FULL PRESS STATEMENT BELOW
“NDC- UK & Ireland Chapter Congratulates H.E Professor Kweku Danso Boafo’s Manifesto Committee.
On behalf of NDC-UK & Ireland Chapter membership, I congratulate H.E Professor Kweku Danso led Manifesto Committee.
The People’s Manifesto has reiterated NDC’s political philosophy as the main social Democratic Party in Ghana. The welfare of Ghanaians is the main theme that runs through and illuminates the entire manifesto.
The People’s Manifesto is the most comprehensive and inclusive social contract ever written in the political history of Ghana. It is a covenant between NDC and the good people of Ghana.
We have no doubt that President John Mahama’s government with the support of Professor Nana Jane Opoku- Agymeng, shall make good these promises. It will improve the socio-economic and political well-being of all Ghanaians without any form of discrimination.
The NDC- UK & Ireland Chapter considers Professor Kweku Danso Boafo as an honorary member of our chapter.
During his tenure as the Ghana High Commissioner to the United Kingdom & Ireland, he showed keen interest in the affairs of our Chapter. He contributed immensely to the growth of the NDC in UK and Ireland.
We are proud of the pivotal role he played in writing of the People’s Manifesto.
I recall Professor Danso facilitating a telephone conservation between some executives and I with Agyemang when she was Education Minister.
The Manifesto Committee has done a marvellous and excellent job.
We that believe the spirit, letter of the Manifesto should simplify, amplify its contents to the understanding of ordinary Ghanaians.
This will enable Ghanaians vote massively for President John Mahama and NDC’s parliamentary candidates.
Once again, congratulations to Professor Boafo’s Manifesto Committee for giving Ghanaians the Manifesto that inspires hopes and aspirations.
Alhaji Alhassan Mbalba
NDC- UK & Ireland Chapter.”