DFP’s John Amedekah Joins Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG)

LPG founder, Kofi Akpaloo

By William Sarpong

Former Vice-Presidential candidate of the Great Consolidated Popular Party (GCPP), Mr. John Kwadzo Amedekah, has joined the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG). The LPG was formed by Mr. Kofi Akpaloo.

Mrs. Margret Obrime Safo, Women Organizer of LPG introduced him to the media as Acting National Chairman and indicated Mr. Amedekah brings on board rich experience in politics to help build the party towards election 2020.

The LPG, she said, is going to make great impact in the impending 2020 general elections and is doing so in full force.

Mr. Amedekah, in a short remark, indicated that, together with other executive members and the leader, LPG will liberate Ghanaians from the current enslavement.

According to him, he believes in grassroots mobilization and would educate voters to vote based on their conscience and for the one who can help the nation.

Mr. John Kwadzo Amedekah started his political life as an Assemblyman for Weija Electoral area in 1996.

He served as Chairman of the Weija Area Council for two years and was a member of the Editorial and Legal sub-committee of IPAC at the Electoral Commission of Ghana in 1998.

He was also a member of the Ga South District Assembly Executive Committee and Economic Development Sub Committee. Mr. Amedekah became Secretary of the Marina Market Planning Committee.

He contested as Parliamentary candidate for the Great Consolidated Popular Party (GCPP) at the Ga South Constituency in 1996.

He also served as the Deputy General Secretary of the dissolved Democratic Freedom Party (DFP).


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