Unity is necessary to defeat the "8": Dr. Adutwum to NPP members

Unity is necessary to defeat the "8": Dr. Adutwum to NPP members Featured

Breaking the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) eight-year political control cycle is conceivable, but it calls for harmony and peace among all party members, according to Minister of Education Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum.
He said that in order to maintain party harmony, all parties involved must put their differences aside and work together to advance all party-sponsored projects aimed at ending the "8"-year political cycle during the upcoming general election in 2024. At a meeting with NPP members from the Bosomtwe constituency on Ghana's Founders Day at Jachie, Dr. Adutwum, who is also the Bosomtwe MP, made this announcement. The purpose of the gathering was to discuss party development issues, inform the electorate of the NPP government's accomplishments, and discuss the necessity of forging ahead with a unified front in order to end the eight-year cycle. The meeting's participants included party delegates, assembly members, and polling station coordinators, among others. During the meeting, he expressed his gratitude to the residents for their steadfast support of him and the party over the years and promised to keep up the good fight to ensure that the area receives its just portion of the national pie. Dr. Adutwum took some time to list the many development initiatives that the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo-led administration has carried out in the constituency during the previous five years. The MP urged them not to engage in dishonest politics and not to be intimidated by dishonest politicians who did not care about the success of the party or the administration. Mr. Aikens Addai Poku, the chairman of the NPP's Bosomtwe constituency, stated that the party was making every effort to broaden its base of support in the area and urged all NPP supporters to stick together for the sake of the party. He claimed that steps were being taken to guarantee that they went above and above to spread some of the government's beneficial policies to the grassroots. Mr. J.K. Asuming, the District Chief Executive for Bosomtwe, promised the assembly's support for the populace by making the necessary facilities available to raise their standard of living. He encouraged the supporters and members to continue cooperating as a team for the benefit of all, attributing the swift growth and harmony in the party in the constituency to the leadership's unity.
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