At long last, the New Patriotic Party's breaking the eight slogan for 2024 general elections hits online today.
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) in their preparation to go into the next Ghana's election have put a lot of measures in place to win it, even though they have not decided who should lead the party as flagbearer.
Breaking the eight simply means that the New Patriotic Party is not ready to give way to any other political party including the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to take the seat of government from their hands in 2024.
The NPP explain that, Ghanaians since democracy have been given the seat of government to the National Democratic Congress for eight years and eight years to the that of the New Patriotic Party to rule respectively.
And this time around trying their possible best to break the eight years of sharing the seat of government with the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Today Wednesday 14th April, 2021, the t-shirt for the New Patriotic Party's slogan breaking the eight years is on the internet now. See it below.
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