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Ayawaso West Bye Elections: NPP Should Brand Its 'T'-Shirts With Akufo Addo's Remarkable Achievements   
 
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08-Jan-2019  
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I write to suggest to the National Executives and the Ayawaso West constituency of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to use the Ayawaso West bye elections as a case study by branding all T-shirt to be used at the bye elections with all the tremendous achievements of the Akufo Addo led government. 

In the 2020 general elections, the NPP would only need to remind the well meaning Ghanaian the successes and a greater accomplishments the government has chopped and I believe that *'the brand a party shirt with an achievement'* is one of the prudent ways to showcase our achievements to the electorate.

The NPP government under President Akufo Addo never disappoints, the President within two years has fulfilled most of its campaign promises and it's only fair that we take advantage of these remarkable achievements as we go into any elections; being it a bye elections or a general elections. 

In this regard, it will be appropriate and quite remarkable that the party uses the many achievements of our two years stewardship as campaign messages. 

The government has a lot of eye-catching achievements and the Ayawaso West bye elections presents to us an opportunity and also a case study to showcase all of them in our T-shirts. 

The T-shirts can be branded with the party's logo and planting for food and jobs, Restoration of nursing and Teacher trainees allowances, NABCO, free SHS, paperless port, Creation of New Regions, 1D1F, 1V1D, etc.

With this, campaigners may have to talk less, since the T-shirts would adequately propagate the message to the electorate. 

This will also be a case study towards elections 2020 by adopting the 'BRAND A PARTY SHIRT WITH AN ACHIEVEMENT' strategy.

Signed
Andy Owusu
NPP, Ashanti Region.

 
 
 
 
 

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