He however stated that work on the manifesto has been completed.
“As I speak to you, it’s ready; the whole document is ready. We just need a day and a date for a real launch. But otherwise work has finished, we have our manifesto ready to lay it out for Ghanaians to know what we intend to do in the next four years God willing.”
Mr. Anydoho was speaking on the side-lines of a health walk organized in Ho on Sunday, to launch the incumbent MP for Ho Central, Benjamin Kpodo’s campaign of soliciting 80,000 votes in the upcoming general elections.