Progressive People's Party (PPP)

Stories and facts

Founding and Mission

Formed in 2012 by Paa Kwesi Nduom, a former presidential candidate, the Progressive People's Party (PPP) became the third-largest party in Ghana during the 2012 general elections with Nduom as the flagbearer. Their National Head Office is in Asylum Down, Accra, and their motto is "Prosperity in Peace" with the slogan "Awake."


In January 2012, the party applied for registration under the Political Parties Act and promptly submitted the necessary forms to the Electoral Commission within 48 hours. The PPP obtained its provisional certificate on February 3, 2012, and held its first National Convention on February 25, 2012, at the Accra Sports Stadium. The final certificate was officially granted by the Electoral Commission on March 15, 2012.

 Party Executives

 The Party selected officers in two-thirds of Ghana's districts and Regional Executives. Elected National Officers include Nii Allotey Brew Hammond as Chairperson, William Doworkpor as First Vice Chairperson, Ban Saliah as Second Vice Chairperson, Belinda Bulley as Third Vice Chairperson, and various others in different roles.

 Election History

 Parliamentary elections:

In 2020, the PPP received 24,334 votes, a 0.18% share, and did not secure any seats, maintaining its position as the 5th party.

In 2016, the party obtained 186,741 votes, representing a 1.73% share, but still didn't win any seats, holding its 3rd position.

The 2012 election saw the PPP receive 33,857 votes, a 0.31% share, and it remained in the 3rd position without securing any parliamentary seats.

Presidential elections:

In 2020, Brigitte Dzogbenuku garnered 6,849 votes, a 0.05% share, placing 9th out of 12 candidates.

In 2016, Paa Kwesi Nduom received 106,092 votes, a 0.99% share, and ranked 3rd out of 7 candidates.

In 2012, Paa Kwesi Nduom obtained 64,362 votes, a 0.59% share, and also placed 3rd out of 8 candidates.


The PPP has not yet selected its flagbearer for the upcoming election.



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