Nana Akufo-Addo has stressed the NPP is preparing itself for victory in this year’s elections, explaining that victory will “not be for ourselves, not for our party, but for Ghana. It’s very, very important.”
According to him, “the mess that is being created in our country, because of the Mahama government’s incompetence, mismanagement and corruption, has to be cleared up. Our party is preparing itself for the big task this year.”
He noted that polling station, electoral area, constituency, regional and national campaign committees have all been constituted, adding that the training of the party’s regional and constituency executives, in mobilizing and canvassing for votes, has also been completed.
“Training of our polling station executives will begin in the first week of June, and hopefully, will be completed by the end of July.
“We have also begun the process of recruiting our polling agents. We know what a sensitive and important task that is. Whatever we have to do to prepare the party to be in a good place for November or December, whichever it is, we are going to do it. We cannot afford to have a repetition of ‘twenty seven zero’ this time. We are not going to allow that to happen. The battle to get a credible register is ongoing and I am very hopeful that very soon it will come to a conclusion”, Nana Addo told a branch of the NPP in Paris, France.
Nana Akufo-Addo has therefore asked for the support of all NPP members, both in and out of Ghana, stating that “I want you to back me strongly with your strength and prayers so we can take Ghana out of the crisis she finds herself in. We have done it before. We took Ghana from HIPC when we came to office in 2001. We will do the same for Ghana when we win this year.”
Source: starr FM
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