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NDC request public’s input in preparation of their 2020 Manifesto


The National Democratic Congress NDC has requested the public to tender in memoranda of their individual or organizational policy input as they prepare their 2020 manifesto.

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In a letter signed by their Deputy general secretary in charge of operations, Peter Boamah Otokunor, the party requests the general public to send their policy memoranda to a designated email address or in person for consideration and inclusion in their 2020 manifesto as they seek to present an inclusive and grassroots aligned manifesto heading into the 2020 general elections.

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The memoranda, the letter insists mustn’t exceed 4 A4 pages and must be brief and concise.

The letter dated 3rd November 2019 reads:

The 2020 manifesto Committee of the National Democratic Congress in its bid to develop a Peoples Manifesto’ that speaks to the direct needs and concerns of the people, wishes to
announce the request for Policy Memoranda from the general public, Civil Society, Organizations, Trade Unions, Associations and other identifiable groups in the country.

The objective to develop a ‘Grassroots Manifesto’ is driven by need to give meaning to our Social Democratic principles of inclusivity and mass participation in the pursuit of growth and development of our country.


Such policy memoranda must be brief and concise, and should not be more than four A4 (4) pages.

All entries must be sent to the Office of the General Secretary through the Deputy General Secretary-(operations) or emailed to ndcmanifesto2020@gmail.com on or before Saturday, 7th December, 2019.”