NPP trials its vote-buying plan for election 2020

The ruling NPP says it has successfully trialled its vote-buying scheme ahead of the December 2020 general elections.

Around 6,000 people took part in the trial in Koforidua over the weekend which, according to the NPP, “tested the party executives’ ability to bribe voters to vote in a particular way.”

A party insider said he’s “confident that the party has now perfected it’s vote-buying scheme”, explaining that “Freddie Blay’s success at the party conference is a clear evidence of this and plans are underway to roll out a nationwide vote-buying scheme when the electioneering campaign opens.”

The party which won the last elections on an anti corruption message says it “plans to place money at the front and centre of its December 2020 election campaign.”