The presidential candidate for the Conventional People’s Party (CPP) has described his fourth position on the ballot paper as for years of heaven, should he win the 2020 elections.

Ivor Greenstreet in an interview with JoyNews’ on Tuesday, said after Ghana enduring four years of ‘hell’ under the Mahama and Akufo-Addo administrations respectively, the citizenry will now give the CPP the chance in this years’ election to enjoy a good life.

He noted that voting ‘four’ CPP means voting ‘four’ prosperity.

“I think four is a resounding figure for us and Ghanaians in this particular instant and we are looking forward to relieving Ghanaians the ‘hell’ NDC and NPP has put them through,” he said.

Meanwhile, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has described its second position on the ballot paper the ‘Second coming’ of Mahama.

The ruling New Patriotic Party, on the other hand, sees its Number 1 slot as a ‘one-touch’ victory’ in the elections.

Below are the parties and their positions on the ballot paper.

1. – NPP

2. – NDC

3. – GUM

4. CPP

5. – GFP

6. – GCPP

7. – APC

8. – LPG

9. – PNC

10. – PPP

11. – NDP

12. – Independent candidate