The New Patriotic Party (NPP) is a centre-right and liberal conservative party in Ghana. With the symbol of an African elephant, the NPP's colors are red, white, and blue.
A truly popular national organization, our membership and support spans the length and breadth of Ghana with offices and local parties in each of the 230 constituencies across the country.
The NPP’s tradition of advocating and championing multi-party democracy in Ghana dates back to the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC) founded in 1947 with the primary aim of fighting for political independence from the British colonial administration.
The UGCC itself was led by our forebears, Dr J.B. Danquah, Alfred “Paa” Grant, R.S. Blay, R.A. Awoona-Williams, E.O. Obetsebi-Lamptey, Edward Akufo-Addo, J.W. De Graft Johnson, William E. Ofori-Atta and others.
No wonder, therefore, that the NPP can claim direct ancestral links to the oldest democratic traditions of Ghanaian politics.
Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana