Goosie Tanoh storms Tema and Ashaiman in a Campaign to push to lead NDC in 2020

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Flagbearer aspirant of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Goosie Tanoh, is travelling to Ashaiman and Tema to spend two days with party delegates as he resumes his campaign tour after the Christmas break.

The second leg of his “rising together campaign tour” will see Goosie visit the densely populated Ashaiman constituency, Tema East, Tema Central and Tema West constituencies all in the greater Accra Region on Saturday and Sunday.

Goosie Tanoh has personally toured parts of the greater Accra Region and all regions across the country excerpt Ashanti and Eastern regions.

Prior to the Christmas break, Goosie Tanoh spent 14 days with his “Organizing for Ghana” team to embark on door-to-door campaign in both the Western and the Brong Ahafo Regions.

Goosie Tanoh who is contesting for the first time as NDC flagbearer aspirant is determined to beat all other 7 candidates in the race to win the presidential nominee slot of his party for the 2020 presidential elections.

He has been campaigning on grassroots empowerment, grassroots participation in decision making, job creation, accountable, competent and principled leadership.

He believes the only means Ghana can develop is to empower the citizenry to rise up and take up responsibilities in community development.

Goosie Tanoh has promised to lead a social democratic transformation in the country if NDC delegates gives him the mantle to lead the party into the 2020 elections against the ruling New Patriotic Party.

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