The Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG) has launched its manifesto for the December 7, 2020 elections.
The leader and founder of LPG, Kofi Akpaloo, has promised child support, free Wi-Fi for schools and a change of the national capital should he be elected president.
At the party’s manifesto launch in Accra on Wednesday, September 2, Mr. Akpaloo outlined their plans for the development of Ghana.
“We would change the capital from Accra to somewhere in the middle belt. We will support entrepreneurs and make sure we expand the economy.”
Titled ‘A New Tomorrow’, LPG’s manifesto captures key issues in all sectors of the economy that the party intends to pursue should they be elected the next government.
Mr Apkaloo said education, health and the economy will be the priority areas of the party.
“This book here when everything is implemented Ghana would be a developed country. We are going to change Ghana. We are going to transform Ghana.”
The party is also promising to open the country’s economy by regularizing illegal small-scale mining, popularly known as galamsey.
Mr. Akpaloo expressed confidence that LPG can change the fortunes of the country with visionary leadership if given the nod.
LPG is one of the 27 registered political parties in Ghana but failed to make it to the ballot box in 2016 because they were disqualified by the Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC).
By Edem Tutu|3news.com|Ghana