The event is being held under the theme, “NPP@30: Our shared tradition, holding and working together a stable and prosperous nation.”
Information available on its website indicate that, “The party was founded on 28th July, 1992, with the aim of bringing together like-minded citizens of the country so that they may strive for Freedom and Justice by the appreciation and protection of human rights and the rule of law through the practice of true democracy; to build in this country a free and democratic system of government under which all citizens will be able to contribute to the welfare, peace, and prosperity of the nation and keep its people free from dictatorship, and oppression.”
“The party’s policy is to liberate the energies of the people for the growth of a property-owning democracy in Ghana with right to life, freedom and justice, as the principles to which the Government and laws of the land should be dedicated in order specifically, to enrich life, property and liberty of each and every citizen,” the NPP assures.
In 1992, Ghana returned to democratic governance after many years of military rule. This followed the promulgation of the 1992 Constitution which formally ushered the country into the 4th republic.
The 30th anniversary of the NPP is being held two weeks after the party elected new national executives at its 2022 Annual Delegates Conference held at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The new executive were elected by over 6,000 delegates on July 16 and have since been sworn into office.
1.Mr. Stephen Ntim- National Chairman
2. Vice Chairman- Danquah Smith Buttey
3. Rita Asobayire- 2nd Vice Chairman
4. Alhaji Masawuud – 3rd Vice Chairman
5. Mr. Justin Frimpong Koduah- General Secretary
6. Henry Nana Boakye- National Organiser
7. Kate Gyamfua-National Women Organiser
8. National Nasara Coordinator- Abdul Aziz Haruna Futah
9. National Youth Organiser-Salam Mohammed Mustafa
10. Treasurer – Dr Charles Dwamena