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We will relocate Ghana’s capital from Accra – LPG Flagbearer promises

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The Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG), says it will relocate the national capital from Accra to the middle belt if it wins the 2020 election.

This, according to the LPG, is because Accra is choked.

Speaking at the launch of the party’s manifesto in Accra, the Flagbearer, Kofi Akpaloo said the move estimated at $60 billion, will help create jobs and reduce unemployment.

The Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG) described its manifesto as feminist centered.

Other interesting policies include merging JHS and SHS as well as the conversion of some SHS into Universities.

The Party says the manifesto largely aims at improving Ghana’s infrastructure and creating jobs. The intention to move the administrative capital from Accra was the most talked about policy at the launch. Flagbearer of the Party Kofi Akpaloo explains.

Mr. Akpaloo addressed some prophecies made by some Christian leaders about his candidature.

Director of Communications for the party, Samuel Owusu-Afriyie said the LPG walks the talk when it comes to women empowerment in the country.

LPG’s manifesto is themed ‘A better tomorrow’.

By: Nathaniel Nartey.

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