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NPP working to win more seats in the Central Region

Fri, 19 Aug 2016 Scource: GNA

The Opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) has predicted that it would win more than 16 Parliamentary seats in the upcoming December 7 polls in the Central Region.

Central Regional Executives of the party said the dream will come to fruition due to their hard work, selflessness, dedication and strategic plans they had initiated.

Mr Robert Kutin, Central Regional Chairman of the Party, made this known when he addressed constituency executives, polling station executives and coordinators as part of a tour in Agona Swedru.

The Regional Chairman said the current economic and social hardship prevailing in the country is the appropriate impetuous for the Party to win the seats from the ruling NDC party.

Mr Kutin said NPP needed to win more seats in Parliament in order to consolidate the winning of the Presidency by Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo- Addo.

Mr Kwamena Duncan, Central Regional Secretary of the Party, said it will be suicidal to vote for Nana Akuffo-Addo as presidential candidate and vote against the parliamentary candidate.

He cautioned polling stations coordinators, polling stations executives and constituency officers who are owners of the Party to bury their political differences to enable the party to achieve its objectives.

He said the ultimate aim of the Party is to win December 7 polls and rescue Ghanaians from suffering due to bad policies and programmes adopted by the Mahama administration.

Mr Duncan said this is not the period for the party supporters and executives to engage in-fighting that could undermine the strategic plans adopted by the party to unseat the NDC.

He expressed the hope that the polling stations executives, coordinators and constituency executives will rally behind Nana Akuffo-Addo and all parliamentary candidates to ensure a landslide victory in the 2016 elections.

Source: GNA

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