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A former Presidential aspirant of the New Patriotic Party Kwabena Agyapong says he wants to contest for the General Secretary position of the party to redeem it from recent defeats at the polls.

“My bid to become the chief scribe of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is to redeem the party from its recent defeats at the polls”.

The former presidential spokesperson in the Kufuor administration, who is currently meeting with the NPP regional executives and elders as part of series of consultations has, therefore, enjoined party executives and supporters to have faith in him and offer him their full support during congress, “with an assurance to lead a party that is capable of winning any election in Ghana.”

Mr Agyepong in an interview with the Daily Graphic on Monday expressed his readiness and willingness to serve the party by putting himself up for election and to work in the interest of the party.

Mr Agyepong said his commitment to make the grass-roots the vanguard on which the NPP would win any future election is an agenda he sought to achieve by offering an action-oriented leadership that would restore the party as a genuinely united force to ensure that its machinery at the grass-roots level was resourced and well-oiled to prosecute an effective campaign to recapture power in 2016.

He added that he was on a “redemption mission” and believed with the right strategy and proper policing, NPP could win the next election and redeem Ghanaians from untoward hardship.
Source: Radioxyzonline.com

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