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The NPP Western Australia chapter uses the occasion of the national delegates congress slated on the 12th of April 2014 in tamale to wish all Aspirants, delegates and the party a happy and a successful congress.

AS the party goes to congress to elect its national officers to steer the affairs of the party to recapturing power come 2016 presidential and parliamentary election. It is our conviction that the party will come out more united, peaceful and stronger than before.

The NPP, Danqua Busia jumbo party and our credentials of democratic processes in the party, we must soberly reflect on the selfless sacrifices we continue to make and appreciate, and respect one another. We must all put our personal interests aside and work together for the common interest of the party.

We wish our party delegates travelling mercies as they journey to Tamale, the Northern Regional capital to hold the congress and after the congress.

We also use this opportunity to wish party members who were shot at last night in Tamale a speedy recovery. We call on all party members to accept and respect the outcome of the elections, and commit ourselves to support the in-coming National Executives mandated by congress to lead our great Kukrudu party for four years
Let our actions before and after the congress put our detractors to shame, and let us send a clear message to Ghanaians that we are ready, willing and focused on regaining power from the NDC.

NPP unity now for victory 2016.
Source: Dr Noriss K. Hammah / Acting Chairman-NPP Western Australia

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