National Reform Party (Ghana)
National Reform Party
|General Secretary||Kyeretwie Opoku|
|2000 Presidential Candidate||Goosie Tanoh|
|Split from||National Democratic Congress|
|Headquarters||31 Mango Tree Avenue
The party contested the 2000 presidential and parliamentary elections on the 7 December 2000 but won no seats. Its presidential candidate Augustus Obuadum Tanoh ("Goosie" Tanoh) had 1.1% of the presidential vote. His running mate was Fetus Kosiba.
The party's motto is "Ghana first".
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- "Ghanian (sic) political flags". Flags of the World. Archived from the original on 2007-10-01. Retrieved 2007-07-28.
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