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APC’S CAMPAIGN TRAIL BEGINS ON FRIDAY

-As Party Set to Launch Campaign and Outdoor Running Mate on 24th September

download-3 President Mahama and the NDC may have a last-ditch flash at the presidency, as the All People’s Congress plans to launch their campaign this coming Saturday which would seek to convince Ghanaians that the APC’s inception is in the interests of the people of Ghana, and as a result should come on board to support their good course.

The All People’s Congress (APC) under the leadership of Hassan Ayariga is set and poised to launch their 2016 campaign and also to outdoor his running mate on the 24th of September, 2016 in Bolgatanga in the Northern part of Ghana.
The campaign trail which starts in Accra on the 23rd September is said to transport all members, party faithful, the media and discerning Ghanaians who intend to witness this special day, to the Northern Region where it has been scheduled for both the launch of Campaign as well as unveiling its running mate

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                                                                          Hassan Ayariga

This warm up exercise by the APC, the youngest Political Party in Ghana is geared towards victory in the December 7th general elections and therefore serves as a warning signal to both  the NDC and NPP, the whirlwind of change that will ferociously blow on 7th December, in a positive direction as much as the APC is on deck
This campaign launch has been timed, keeping in mind the release of the running mate which clearly puts the APC in a positive light and exhibits their readiness to wrestle power from the incumbent NDC.

Mr. Ayariga himself, as well as the APC hope that the launch of their Campaign this coming Saturday will go a long way in helping Ghanaian citizens understand the intentions of the party’s initiative, and why it needs to be acknowledged and supported accordingly.

Exclusively newslinegh.com

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