NPP has failed Ghana Airways.Ghana Airways Ghana Airways was an airline based at Kotoka International Airport, Accra, Ghana. All operations ceased in 2004 and the company was placed into liquidation. Ghana now has a new national airline, Ghana International Airlines, a partnership between the Government and US-based , the national carrier, has been going for over 45 years, incorporated and built for the nation by the mighty Convention People's Party The Convention People's Party (CPP) is a socialist political party in Ghana, based on the ideas of former President Kwame Nkrumah.
The CPP was formed in 1949 by Kwame Nkrumah to campaign for independence and ruled from 1957 to 1966. (CPP cpp - C preprocessor. ).
In that time, it has been a source of pride and joy for Ghana, and has been used by many Ghanaian and non-Ghanaian travellers alike. It has faced many ups and downs ups and downs
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alternating periods of good and bad luck or high and low spirits , but chalked many achievements and has met many milestones. However, in the last three years, under the NPP NPP Nuclear Power Plant
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NPP New Patriotic Party (Ghana) government of President John Kufuor John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor (born in Kumasi December 8, 1938) is the current president of Ghana, since January 7 2001. He ran for election in 2000 and won, succeeding Jerry Rawlings, who defeated him when he previously ran for President in the election in 1996, and having the first , Ghana Airways seems to be loosing ground to its competitors with complaints about the quality of its service. It has had no less than five chief executive officers (CEOs) in what can now only be viewed as poor judgment on the part of the ruling NPP government.
The government seems impotent in the face of corporate contracts and leasing arrangements which remain ever questionable.
* Four years ago, Ghana Airways flew four times a week on its flagship London route, today it is struggling to fly twice a week.
* Four years ago, most of its scheduled flights were on time, today a reduced number of flights rarely take off on time and struggle to take off at all on the scheduled days.
* Four years ago, passenger numbers were on the up, today passenger numbers are falling.
* Four years ago, Ghana Airways had the main share of traffic on the Accra-London route, today it has a minority share.
* Its competitors, such as British Airways British Airways
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International passenger airline based in London. In 1936 British Airways Ltd. was founded through the merger of three smaller airlines. , now fly five times a week against twice by Ghana Airways.
In the last three years, not only has the NPP government failed to table any clear plans on the future of the airline, but quality and performance have deteriorated and the government has allowed the competition to move in, carte blanche CARTE BLANCHE. The signature of an individual or more, on a while. paper, with a sufficient space left above it to write a note or other writing.
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This is yet another example of NPP failure while they continue to blow their own trumpet about NPP successes. The scent of failure can no longer be tolerated as a national asset bequeathed to the nation by the CPP has been allowed to slowly die, with the NPP government continuing to make promises about the future of the airline.
They have failed Ghana Airways, and come December they should pay a heavy price for that failure in the elections. They must be voted out because the national carrier will only be safe in the hands of its founders--the CPP.
Ghana Airways must be saved for the nation forever.
Nii Armah Akomfrah
Chairman, CPP (UK)