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UFP endorses Agyenim Boateng as Flagbearer

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The United Front Party (UFP), has unanimously acclaimed its founder Nana Agyenim Boateng, who is known in public circles as Gyataba as its 2020 flagbearer.

The UFP which has the key as its symbol of authority, still has the founder, Nana Agyenim Boateng as its National Chairman.

The party also outdoored its national executives and manifesto at the national delegates’ conference held in Kumasi on Tuesday (October 6, 2020).

Speaking at the conference, Nana Agyenim Boateng said the party would win most of the seats in parliament and also win the presidential seat due to some solid structures it had put in place.

Nana Boateng said the party would make agriculture very attractive by giving priority to other cash crops apart from cocoa, which he claimed, had been over-prioritized by previous governments.

On education, the flag bearer underscored the need for professionals to be trained using local dialects other than the English language.

The national executives of the party were made up of Nana Agyenim Boateng, as Chairman, Mr Barnabas Adarkwa, First Vice, Mr James Ghartey, Second Vice, and Mr Fuseini Imuru, third Vice Chairman.

Others were Mr Emmanuel Bonnah, General Secretary, Mr Nathaniel Seidu, Assistant Secretary, and Dr. Peter Sarbeng, Organizer.

The rest were Mr Solomon Nana Yaw Barimah, Deputy Organizer, Madam Joana Antwi, Women’s Organizer, and Mr Daniel Asamoah Mensah, Treasurer.

Solidarity messages were read by representatives from NDC and All People’s Congress (APC).

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