The All People’s Congress (APC) led by Dr. Hassan Ayariga is the Only Right Option now available to Ghanaians as far as 7th November 2016 general election is concern.

For the purpose of good and all inclusive governance, fight against corruption, Youth and Gender Empowerment, Jobs and Wealth Creation through Agricultural-Industrial Revolution as well as the adoption of Science, Technology and Innovations, Dr. Hassan Ayariga (2016 Presidential Candidate) of APC is better place than any other Presidential Candidates in leading this nation to a more resilient economy, financial emancipation and prosperity for all.

Ghana is 59years old as a Nation but due to bad leadership, deep seated corruption and winner-takes- it all in our body politics, we are still struggling to provide cutting edge solutions to the socio-economic difficulties that we are facing as a Nation. And election 2016 is an opportunity for Ghanaians specifically the youth to vote wisely for the quality and visionary leadership of Dr. Hassan Ayariga (2016 Presidential Candidate) to positively transform the economy.

Ghanaians deserve a Positive Change in the 7th November 2016 general election but the change should be from the NDC to Only APC under Dr. Hassan Ayariga Presidency.

The redemption of Ghana’s economy is Absolutely Not the NPP. The track record of the NPP is hollow and the Party’s current leadership is very divisive couple with an All Knowing Arrogance.

The NPP redenomination policy that was spearheaded by Dr. Bawumia has totally crippled the economy making it difficult to regulate pricing of goods and services.

As part of measures to control pricing of goods and services, an independent statutory body such as Institute of Price Control (IPC) will be established by APC Government under Dr. Hassan Ayariga Presidency.

On behalf of Dr. Hassan Ayariga and the leadership of APC, Happy Republic Holiday to Ghanaians and the membership of All People’s Congress(APC).

Razak Kojo Opoku
General Secretary

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