Yes People's Party

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Yes People's Party
LeaderAnnin – Kofi Addo
ChairpersonAnnin – Kofi Addo
General SecretaryStephen Amo Dabanka
Founded2012
HeadquartersDansoman, Accra
Colorsgold, metallic black, red
SloganTe-Na-Fa Keep Profits In Ghana
7th Parliament
4th Republic
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Election symbol
House,Maize,Yam, &Fish

The Yes People's Party is a political party in Ghana. It was founded in 2012. Its leader is Annin – Kofi Addo.[1] Its offices are based at Dansoman, a suburb of Accra.[2] It was registered in September 2012 by the Electoral Commission of Ghana.[3] Though it fielded a candidate, one Courage Kwame Mensah Azumah in 2012 for the Ketu South Constituency, it could not win the parliamentary seat. It however was unable to field candidates during the Ghanaian general election, 2016.[4]

The party's colours are gold, metallic black and red. Its emblem includes a house, maize, yam and fish.[1][2]

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  1. ^ a b "Yes People's Party- YPP". Ghanaweb.com. GhanaWeb. Retrieved 22 June 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Registered Political Parties". Official Website. Electoral Commission of Ghana. Retrieved 22 June 2018.
  3. ^ "Yes People's Party (YPP) takes Ghana by storm". Ghanaweb.com. GhanaWeb. Retrieved 22 June 2018.
  4. ^ "Electoral Commission Must Clarify The Inclusion Of Yes People's Party (YPP) In Its Ten Member Committee". Ghanaweb.com. GhanaWeb. Retrieved 22 June 2018.