Henry Ekow Manly-Spain, Aspiring Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has urged party delegates to choose a leader with a proven track record for creating wealth, jobs and has the skills to manage and execute affairs with precision.
Again, he said they should look out for a leader who is humble, selfless, caring and human-centered in upcoming regional delegates’ congress.
“God willing, if given the nod to lead the NDC as a chairman for Greater Accra, I will be able to use my vast experience and skills to achieve the transformational agenda required to move the region forward in order to win 2016 elections in Accra convincingly,” Henry Ekow Manly-Spain stated.
Mr. Manly-Spain made the above statement in an interview with The Daily Graphic after addressing delegates from various constituencies in the Greater Accra region.
Mr. Manly-Spain noted that Greater Accra Region needs a Chairman who can do the job, in order to bring real transformation, prosperity and votes to the party.
“Tell me to walk from office after two years if I am unable to deliver what I am telling you and I will walk’ Manly-Spain challenged the delegates.
To this end, he dared all his competitors to sign such an agreement with the delegates if truly they are in to seek the welfare of the party.
The Chairman Aspirant noted that: “The Greater Accra NDC party is currently facing difficult challenges as a result of bad leadership and the lack of technical knowledge and managerial skills.
“Everywhere I have been to, across the region, I could feel the suffering of our people. Our people feel neglected, and we cannot as a party, continue on that path, things must be different before the 2016 elections” Mr. Henry Ekow Manly-Spain pointed out.
Source: Daily Heritage
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