The Founder and Leader of the Progressive Peoples Party PPP Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom has congratulated France for their successful election and casting aside the two traditional parties of the country stating that they have chosen the a path of good reason.
His joy is geared towards the election of Emmanuel Macron who neither belongs to any of the two traditional parties.
The C.E.O of GROUP NDUOM in a post on his Facebook wall said “I wish to congratulate President-elect Emmanuel Macron for his decisive victory yesterday. France has chosen a path of good reason, global goodwill and progressive ideas”.
Dr Nduom expressed further joy of the PPP from the France elections because they have set aside the two dominating parties to elect a new one which neither support those on the right or the left.
France since the 1950s have always voted for the Centrist and Socialist but have chosen a completely different path now.
Dr Nduom has beliefs that Ghana is likely to follow the same path in the next elections.
According to the twice defeated presidential candidate of Ghana’s presidential race, Ghanaians should expect a new order in the presidential race of the country as it has happened in France.
“The Progressive People’s Party is happy about the result of the French election for another reason. After the dominance of the two traditional political parties since at least the 1950s, the people have voted to cast them aside and choose someone new. A new order has arrived In France. As will happen sooner or later in Ghana”.
Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom was one of the seven people who contested the 2016 presidential seat on the ticket of the PPP, a party he formed after defecting from the CPP.
He has since contested thrice but has been defeated by either the National Democratic Congress, NDC or the New Patriotic Party, NPP, the traditional parties in Ghana.
Emmanuel Macron was elected France’s youngest head of state since Napoleon last night after beating his far-Right rival Marine Le Pen in an emphatic result that will have far-reaching consequences for Brexit and Europe.
Projections gave 39-year-old Mr Macron almost two thirds of the vote, showing a clear path to the Élysée Palace for the pro-EU centrist who was a political unknown until three years ago and has never held elected office.
Source: Topfmonline.com/ Dominic Mondeh