The Presidential Candidate of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), Ivor Kobina Greenstreet, has promised to work on making Ghana a better place if Ghanaians vote for him massively to become president of Ghana.
The Convention People’s Party selected Mr. Ivor Greenstreet as its presidential candidate for the 2020 general elections last Saturday. He beat two other competitors; Mr. Bright Oblitey Akwetey and Mr. Divine Ayivor for flagship slots.
Greenstreet gave his acceptance speech and said the CPP was the change Ghanaians were hoping for.
“Ghana really needs the CPP. Our country needs a progressive government that cares for everyone in Ghana. Wherever I take the campaign path, I am only told where is the CPP we have looking out for.? Today he made his promise that the CPP will give to the Ghanaians. ”
He also promised that his party would ensure independence, social justice, and good health, among others.
“We will create social justice that will make this country a better and equal place for all. We will use the self-independence that this country cries out for. We will continue to work for African unity which our founding fathers see as the only way. How independent African countries can develop ?. Our people need good health – the CPP will ensure that. Our young people need a good education – the CPP will ensure it. Our people need good housing – the CPP will provide. ” Our people need a good salary that could encourage at the end of a long month – the CPP will give it, “he said.
Ivor Kobina’s Greenstreet victory at the primaries means he has received nods for the second year in a row to lead the CPP in elections.
As a first-time candidate in 2016, Greenstreet won 25,552 votes in the presidential election, representing 0.24% of the total number of valid votes.
Nana Akosua Frimpomaa-Sarpong, 2012 was the vice-presidential candidate for the CPP flagbearer Dr. Abu Sakara Foster was elected national chairman.
Nana Yaa Akyimpim Jantuah, former director of public relations at the Public Utility Regulatory Commission (PURC), was elected General Secretary over the acting General Secretary James Kubena Bomfe, known as Kabila, with 187 votes, who received 67 votes.
Emmanuel Ogboyor won 125 votes and became vice-chairman of the party against Onsy Kuame Nkrumah, the self-proclaimed founder of CPP Kwame Nkrumah son, who received 84 votes.