United Ghana Movement

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United Ghana Movement is a political party in Ghana that was founded in 1996 by Charles Wereko-Brobby after he left the New Patriotic Party .

Nii Armah Tagoe chairs the party and Basharu Alhassan Daballa is the vice-chairman. The motto of the party is: Unity and Change . The party headquarters are in Accra . The party's logo consists of a dark green circle with a blue border, in the center of which a dark blue hand raises two fingers as if in an oath.

In the presidential election in 2000, party founder Wereko-Brobby ran against incumbent president and then election winner John Agyekum Kufuor .

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