The Great Consolidated Popular Party (GCPP), has retained Dr. Henry Lartey, to lead the Party in the 2020 Presidential Election.
Dr. Lartey was announced at the party’s Manifesto launch and 6th National Delegates Congress held in Accra yesterday (September 20).
He and other national executives of the Party, were elected unopposed.
This will be the third time Dr. Lartey would be leading the GCPP in the Presidential race, and he is optimistic of appearing on the ballot paper this time around, after his disqualification in the last election.
The Party he noted, has done its work well and certain that he would be on the ballot paper come December 7, and go on to win the election.
The GCPP leader added, that the ‘Domestication’ agenda is still on course and he would champion on that to win, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He urged Ghanaians to support the party to win the upcoming elections and develop the country by supporting indigenous industries to expand and produce for the entire country.
On the Party’s manifesto, he explained that it focused on two areas; Agriculture and Solar Energy.
He stressed that the country needs to eat what it grows and grow what it eats, while it produces energy from natural sources for internal use as well as to sell to neighbouring countries.
Dr. Lartey called on his campaign team, national and regional executives to continue working hard to wrest power from the incumbent government, in December for the first time.
The National Executives for the party are; Andy Bampoh Sakyi – First Vice Chairman, Martha Jon ah- Second Vice Chairman, while Citizen Ato Dadzie and Alhassan Isahaku would serve as General Secretary and Educational General Secretary.
The rest are; Kaizia Ablor as Treasurer, George Amoah as Organizer and Cynthia Atta as Women’s Organizer.