NDC Promises to Establish a new National Airline

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The opposition National Democratic Congress says they will partner with the Private Sector to establish a National airline when they win this year’s December 7th Election.

At page ninety (90) of the National Democratic Congress’ 2020 manifesto, the party made five (5) major Promises in the aviation industry.

According to the NDC, the next Government under the leadership of John Dramani Mahama will work to realise the country’s vision to become the aviation hub within the West Africa subregion.

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The National Democratic Congress’ manifesto further indicated that they their next Government will partner with the private sector to establish a national airline.

Below are the five Promises made by the National Democratic Congress under aviation.

8.2.3 Aviation
To realise Ghana’s vision to become the aviation hub of West Africa, The next NDC Government will:

a. immediately stop all plans by the failed Akufo-Addo Government to sell off the Kotoka International Airport.

b.continue ourvision to fully operationalise the Kumasi and Tamale International Airports.

c.upgrade the Takoradi and Sunyani airports

d.review the institutional and legal framework to ensure airport lands are reserve d solely for aviation purposes.

e. partner with the private sector to establish a national airline.

Below are Excerpts from the National Democratic Congress’ manifesto Promises made under Aviation.

NDC Promises to establish a national airline

NDC Promises to Partner with the Private Sector to establish a national airline.

Below is the NDC’S 2020 manifesto


SOURCE: Talkingdrum.com.gh


The Electoral Commission of Ghana has announced new filing fees for this year’s Presidential and Parliamentary elections which is scheduled to take place on 7th December, 2020.

The new filing fees as announced by the chairperson Mrs Jean Mensah are as follows:

  • Presidential aspirants: ¢100,000
  • Parliamentary aspirants : ¢10,000

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