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New Patriotic Party
political party
Inception28 July 1992 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Native labelNew Patriotic Party, NPP Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Short nameNPP Dɛmisim gbɛlima
ChairpersonNana Akufo-Addo Dɛmisim gbɛlima
CountryGhana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Member ofInternational Democracy Union Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Political alignmentcentre-right Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Political ideologyliberal conservatism Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Headquarters locationKumasi Dɛmisim gbɛlima
FollowsUnited Gold Coast Convention Dɛmisim gbɛlima
SRGB color hex triplet0070FF Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Official websitehttps://newpatrioticparty.org Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Member categoryCategory:New Patriotic Party politicians Dɛmisim gbɛlima

New Patriotic Party (NPP) anɛ pɔlitis na’adɔɔgʋ bɛ Ghana.[1][2][3] Ghana pin’il wada tʋʋma 1992 sa, di anɛ na’adɔɔdi ayi banɛ ka nidib wʋsa mi’ la yinne ɛɛmti di. Ba data paa tuon nɛ nya’aŋ anɛ National Democratic Congress (NDC).[4][5] John Kufuor onɛ an NPP nid la da an Zugraan tis Ghana din yi yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ yinne (2001) paae yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ awa (2009).[6][7] Vɔɔtkanɛ ka ba da maal yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ anaasi nwadis piinɛ ayi la daba ayɔpɔi daar (7 December 2004), Na’adɔɔg la da di Wadmaannib kʋgʋs kɔbiga nɛ pisi nɛ awai (129) yi kʋgʋs kɔbisyi nɛ pistan pʋʋgin (230). Ba da lɛn vɔɔt NPP na’anya’ad, Kufuor, ye o an Zugraan nɛ vɔɔt pisnu nɛ ayi du’al pisyɔpɔi nɛ anu kɔbiga pʋʋgin (52.75%). New Patriotic Party zanbin anɛ Africa wabʋg ka di si’im an wiig, piel nɛ bʋlʋ.

National executive nam

New Patriotic Party (NPP) vɔɔtidi ba national executive nam nɛ yuma anaasi wusa. New Patriotic Party wada gbauŋ la, Article 10(2) & (3) tis suor ye National Annual Delegates na la'asi zin'in ba ya'a maal Regional Annual Delegates Conference gaad bakɔi anaasi.

2000

National Chairman: Mr Harona Esseku

First National Vice-chairman: Mr Stephen Ntim

Second National Vice-chairperson: Mrs Agnes Adzo Okudzeto

Third National Vice-chairman: Mr Edmund Annan

General Secretary: Mr Dan Botwe

National Treasurer: Mr Michael Dugau

National Organiser: Mr Lord Commey

2014[8]

NPP National Delegates Congress da bɛnɛ 12 April 2014 Tamale Sports Stadium la ni. Nidib nwɛnɛ 5,265 da nary a ba keŋ vɔɔt.[8]

  •        National Chairman; Paul Afoko
  •        Vice-chairman; Freddie Blay
  •        General Secretary; Kwabena Agyei Agyepong
  •        National Organiser: John Boadu
  •        National Youth Organiser: Sammy Awuku
  •        National Nasara Coordinator: Kamal-deen Abdulai
  •        National Treasurer; Emmanuel Abankwa Yeboah
  •        National Women's Organiser; Otiko Afisah Djaba

2018[9]

NPP da maali ba national delegates congress nɛ Eastern region din yi 15 June 2018 paae 17 June 2018.

  • National Chairman; Freddie Blay
  • National Vice-chairman; Rita Asobayire – 3671
  • General Secretary; John Boadu
  • National Organiser; Sammi Awuku.
  • National Youth Organiser; Henry Nana Boakye.
  • National Women's Organiser; Kate Gyamfua
  • Nasara Coordinator: Abdul Aziz Haruna Futa – 201,

2022[10]

National executives banɛ ka ba da vɔɔt 2022 17th of July Accra Sports Stadium la nwa.

  • National Chairman: Stephen Ayensu Ntim.[11]
  • National Vice-chairman:
  • 1st Vice Chair: Dankwah Smith Buttey,
  • 2nd Vice Chair: Rita Talata Asobayire
  • 3rd Vice Chair: Alhaji Masawudu Osman.
  • General Secretary. Justin Frimpong Kodua[11]
  • National Treasurer; Dr Charles Dwamena
  • National Organiser: Henry Nana Boakye
  • National Youth Organiser: Salam Mohammed Mustapha
  • National Women's Organiser: Kate Gyamfua.
  • Nasara Coordinator: Abdul Aziz Haruna Futa

Vɔɔtʋg labakʋda

Zugraan vɔɔtʋg

Election Candidate First round Second round Result
Votes % Votes %
1992 Albert Adu Boahen 1,204,764 30.3% Lost
1996 John Kufuor 2,834,878 39.7% Lost
2000 3,131,739 48.17% 3,631,263 56.90% Elected
2004 4,524,074 52.45% Elected
2008 Nana Akufo-Addo 4,159,439 49.13% 4,480,446 49.77% Lost
2012 5,248,898 47.74% Lost
2016 5,755,758 53.72% Elected
2020 6,730,413 51.30% Elected

Wadmaannib vɔɔtug

Election Votes % Seats +/– Position Result
1992 Boycotted 0 / 200 Extra-parliamentary
1996 2,346,791 33.8% 61 / 200 61 2nd Opposition
2000 2,949,767 45.2% 100 / 200 39 1st Majority government
2004 4,268,120 48.9% 128 / 230 28 1st Majority government
2008 4,013,013 46.9% 107 / 230 21 2nd Opposition
2012 5,248,862 47.5% 122 / 275 15 2nd Opposition
2016 4,713,277 52.5% 169 / 275 63 1st Majority government
2020 6,651,028 50.4% 137 / 275 32 1st NPP-Ind coalition government

Gbanvɛɛnsa

  1. https://www.peacefmonline.com/pages/showbiz/news/202202/460000.php
  2. https://web.archive.org/web/20221013171954/https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/NPP-tradition-must-go-on-Hopeson-Adorye-defends-choice-of-Alan-1539068
  3. https://www.myjoyonline.com/journalist-attacked-for-filming-altercation-at-npp-constituency-election-at-ajumako/
  4. https://web.archive.org/web/20121007213454/http://ghanaian-chronicle.com/npp-has-track-record-of-protecting-the-public-purse-says-nana-addo/
  5. https://web.archive.org/web/20221013171954/https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/NPP-isn-t-currently-effective-its-leadership-must-be-changed-Charles-Bissue-1538657
  6. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/4077835.stm
  7. http://ghanaelections.peacefmonline.com/pages/2000/index.php
  8. 8.0 8.1 https://www.modernghana.com/news/534822/npp-goes-to-congress-who-is.html
  9. https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Full-results-of-2018-NPP-elections-666820
  10. https://gna.org.gh/2022/07/winners-npp-national-executive-election-results-at-a-glance/
  11. 11.0 11.1 https://web.archive.org/web/20220717073224/https://www.gna.org.gh/1.21526729