CPP Commences Internal Election, Calls On Youth To Get Involved

CPP Commences Internal Election, Calls On Youth To Get Involved

 

 

The Convention People’s Party (CPP) has started the organisation of internal elections towards restructuring ahead of the 2024 general election. The elections will be held between March 01, 2022, and December 31, 2022. Polling station elections have started from March 01, 2022, to June 30, 2022, which will be followed by

 

constituency level elections from July 01, 2022, to July 31, 2022. Then, regional and national level elections will be held from August 01, 2022, to August 31, 2022, and October 01, 2022, to October 31, 2022, respectively, as well as flagbearer elections from November 01, 2022, to December 31. This was released by Central Committee

 

 

after a review of the Party’s internal election timetable. Nana Akosua Frimpomaa Sarpong Kumakuma, Chair of the CPP, addressing the press, called on the youth and women in the country to avail themselves and take part in the elections. I call on the youth, in particular, to take over their country by vying for positions in the CPP. We

 

 

want them to lead the change they want to see in their lives by also availing themselves and joining the CPP elections, she stressed. Nana Frimpomaa said the Party was founded on the strength of the youth and women in the country, adding that, the CPP was the party for the ordinary Ghanaian regardless of tribe or social status.

 

 

Ghanaians should take back the country by joining the CPP. It is only the CPP that can return the country to its development trajectory, she added. The CPP Chair said the membership of the Party was opened to the public, adding that, membership cards cost GH¢5.00. She said a telephone number would be provided where persons

 

 

interested in contesting any position in the Party could reach to be registered. Nana Frimpomaa said they were also adopting a grassroots approach in their elections, where they intended to mobilise the rank and file of the citizenry as was done by Dr Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first President, during the formation of the Party. She said a future CPP government would renegotiate all

 

 

deals involving the country’s natural resources for the citizens to gain from the resources. She said they would ensure the country owned and had full control of the mineral deposits and not investors. Nana Frimpomaa called on all CPP and Dr Kwame Nkrumah admirers and sympathisers who were in other political parties to join the Party to return Ghana to its lost glory.