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22-Jan-2016  
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National Chairman of the National Democratic Congress Kofi Portuphy has cautioned all officials and members of the party to desist from acts that will militate against the electoral victory of the party come November general election.

“We might be delivering to every home electricity, water, we might be delivering to every family good education and good health, and a lots of food but comrades, our relationship with the people we lead, the people we represent in government must be an impetus for every member of the electorate to feel like going to vote for us.

“We must begin also to look at ourselves, if you are a minister, if you are elections directorate member, if you are an executive member,  right from the grassroots to National level, begin to do things that will attract people to our party the more,” he added.

The National Chairman was speaking at a three-day elections stakeholder’s workshop for NDC officials held at the Koforidua Capital View Hotel, which had National executive committee, regional ministers, elections directors and regional executive members in attendance.

Mr. Kofi Portuphy in his speech said the NDC party will be done a great disservice if members fail to conduct themselves well and work for the party’s victory.

“We must not buffoon ourselves that we are winning while we ourselves, our own attitude are pushing people away from us. The things that we do must attract people to our party” Mr. Portuphy stressed.
 
 
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