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Mr Daniel Bugre Naabu, Northern Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has urged the rank and file of the party in the region to strengthen the unity that existed among them to enable the party recapture power in the 2016 general elections.

He said unity was paramount for the good of the party since Ghanaians were looking forward to the NPP as the only option to rescue them from the economic tremor and administrative incompetence the country was going through under the leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

Mr Naabu was speaking to constituency executives and some identifiable groups within the party at Bole in the Bole-Bamboi Constituency of the Northern Region, where he had gone to interact with them as part of strategies towards the 2016 elections.

He expressed conviction that the NPP would win the upcoming general elections to salvage Ghanaians from the current economic hardships, if the executives and supporters of the party remained united.

Mr Naabu urged all aggrieved members, including aspirants who lost their bid in the recent parliamentary primaries of the party, to bury their differences and fight for the common interest of the party.

He urged the youth of the party in the Bole-Bamboi constituency to work assiduously to ensure that the party came to power, stressing that the efforts of the NPP youths across the region was great in campaigning for the party.

He, however, assured the youth in the area that the party would never forget about their efforts and contributions when it came to power.
Source: GNA

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