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NPP needs disciplined, dynamic and visionary Robert Kutin Jnr as National Chairman-Dr Agyenim-Boateng.

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NPP needs disciplined, dynamic and visionary Robert Kutin Jnr as National Chairman-Dr Agyenim-Boateng.

Once again, the need has arisen for the NPP to choose a new crop of National Executive to steer the affairs of this great party by the end of next year (2022). The kind of leaders we choose for our party will be a reflection of our sense of judgement on how we want the party to perform in the 2024 election.

The competition over the National Chairmanship position will be challenging but I believe it would not be too big a challenge to NPP kingmakers because the party is full of discerning and well informed people who will rightly determine how the party should chart its course by electing the right leaders.

Our vision as members of NPP remains and together, we can work to uplift the party’s image. We must strive to restore the hope and confidence of Ghanaians.

NPP needs to turn a new page, adapt to a new paradigm shift and embrace a new brand of leadership. The party needs a disciplined, dynamic and a visionary chairman whose love for the party is without question.
A new chairman with a strong commitment to organization and party-building skills is needed.

Leadership is about people. It is about how to lead people to achieve the desired outcomes for a course. According to the Book of Proverbs, the qualities of good leadership are hard work, good listening skills, wise planning and common sense, ability to stand adversity and pressure and openness to new ideas.

The NPP needs someone who has these character traits. The grassroots supporters and other admirers of the party are currently disillusioned due to some avoidable and elementary self-inflicted wounds the party suffered, especially before the last elections.

I have a strong conviction that Robert Kutin Jnr commonly called Chairman Kutin has what it takes to be an efficient, effective and a progressive Chairman to take over from Freddy Blay. Robert Kutin Jnr enjoys considerable grassroots support and several of the people in the party leadership are comfortable with him.
Robert Kutin Jnr is considered as conveniently and positively predictable as a strategist and grafter because of his vast experience in party management and campaign organisation.

Quality leadership is a potent mix of good character and strategy and I strongly believe Robert Kutin Jnr is mix. He is a strategist, a pragmatic situation analyst and a good lobbyist. Kutin Jnr has the character, leadership skills and experience to become National Chairman of NPP.
Robert Kutin Jnr has served the NPP for long and he is one of the few who sacrificed their time, resources and spirit to consolidate, advance and improve on the fortunes of the Danquah- Bussia-Dombo political tradition and the NPP over the years.

As a two times Central regional Chairman and two times winning campaign manager, he is well baked to take up the Chairmanship. He is a team player and therefore creates opportunities for people working under him to learn and grow. He is down to earth and politically astute enough to connect with the average folks.
He is someone who is able to mix well and relate maximally with different shades of people- the youth, women and other vulnerable groups.
He has passion for the promotion of the welfare of the youth. He is accommodating and listens carefully to people even under pressure.

There’s a feeling among the younger generation of NPP that, the party needs to change itself with regards to the way it deals with its youth before it begins thinking about retaining power. The youth are craving new ideas and leadership action and I have the conviction it is Chairman Kutin Jnr who would be able to meet their aspirations.
Robert Kutin Jnr is a unifier and would not drag the party to wallow in the bitterness of divisions and factionalism. If the roots of disunity getting firm in the NPP are not immediately addressed the party could be heading for serious problems in the 2024 elections. To have any chance of winning we must unite our party to hold our own and the best person to do that is Robert Kutin Jnr.

Having served as campaign chairman on 2016 and 2020 elections as well as most of the prominent people in NPP with greater co-operation and understanding, I believe Kutin Jnr will be in the best position to unite the party.
Under a Robert Kutin Jnr chairmanship, I believe NPP foot soldiers, activists and all relevant stakeholders will be dully recognised and rewarded for their good work.
Robert Kutin Jnr as the Central Regional Chairman of NPP, the party increased its seats from 7 to 16. No party has ever won an election in Ghana without winning the Central Region and that is the more reason why Robert Kutin Jnr should be the National Chairman because Central Region, a region the NPP needs to win the next election will feel comfortable with him. He is a workaholic. Kutin Jnr has charisma and this is essential to motivate and inspire our party foot soldiers most of whom are presently apathetic to the course of the party. His natural appeal to floating voters and non NPP voters could do the trick. Ghana want to see a strong united front amongst us so that we can offer them the vibrant, energetic and visionary leadership.

I, Nana Yaw Agyenim-Boateng- PhD, will stick my neck out for Robert Kutin Jnr as the next National Chairman.
I also implore NPP members to let our arguments be cogent and not destructive.
I urge the NPP’s Council of Elders, the National Executive Committee, Regional and Constituency branches, the party Parliamentary groups and all the caucuses as well as party faithful whose duty is to protect, nurture and defend the beliefs, ideology and visions of the great founding fathers of the to as a matter of great concern support my idea of making Robert Kutin Jnr our National Chairman to enhances NPP chances in 2024 elections.
May God bless our homeland Ghana and make it great and strong.
Long Live Ghana
Long Live Assin South
Long Live NPP

 

Nana Yaw Agyenim-Boateng, PhD
Convener- Assin South Youth for Development.
( From the corridors of Assin Bosomadwe #0542632763#)

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Mr Mahama should stop the mischief, NPP never rigged 2020 election…Dr Agyenim-Boateng

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Mr Mahama should stop the mischief, NPP never rigged 2020 election…Dr Agyenim-Boateng

The firebrand communication team member of the ruling party, New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Central Region, Dr Nana Yaw Agyenim-Boateng is accusing the former President John Mahama of traumatizing his party supporters after failing on his promise of victory in the 2020 just ended polls.

Mr Mahama is deliberately stirring controversy in the country by telling his supporters that the 2020 elections was rigged when in fact they had lost fairly.

According to Dr Agyenim-Boateng speaking to Obrumankoma FMs current affairs programme Hot issue on Wednesday, noted that the ruling New Patriotic Party never rigged the elections and challenged Mr Mahama to present their evidence of rigging to the Ghanaians.

He asserted that the NDC leadership led by the flagbear, Mr John Mahama has disappointed their supporters and are in desperate move to misdirect their shame.
NDC current leadership has disappointed its supporters after assuring them that the party will win the election.

They assured the supporters that definitely the party was poised to win the election but since they couldn’t honour the promise, they want to cover the shame with rigged issue.

NPP never rigged the election but is Mr Mahama who is mischievously claiming the EC connived to rig it in favour of us. I challenge Mr Mahama to put his evidence before Ghanaians.

Dr Agyenim-Boateng, blamed the NDC hierarchy for choosing Mr. Mahama whose actions were abysmal to the progress of the party.
This shame being greeted on the NDC is up to them because they had options than what they did.

They had better options in the selection of its leadership at the primaries. But what happened, that chose people who would preach “boot for boot”.
Dr Agyenim-Boateng wondered how Mr Mahama expected Ghanaians to vote for a party, that was threatening them and had no clear message.

How were the NDC expecting Ghanaians to vote them into power? They were threatening boot for boot against industrialization, job creation, restoration of allowances, road infrastructure etc. NDC must know better and do the right thing because Ghana is progressing under President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo administration.

He observed that the 2020 general election was won by the NPP in five thematic areas industrialization, education, job creation, road infrastructure development and stable power for which the NDC failed to deeply address them.

Mr Mahama and his NDC lost because they failed to deliver on the issues of industrialization, job creation, education and stability of energy sector which were very pivotal in the campaign.

When we were talking about job creation, NDC were talking about ” Push” and that of industrialization, Mr Mahama was saying boot for boot so he failed to catch the eyes of Ghanaians.

May Almighty God bless our homeland Ghana and make it great and strong.

Long Live Assin South District Assembly
Long Live NPP
Long Live Ghana
Signed
Nana Yaw Agyenim-Boateng, PhD
(From the corridors of Assin Jakai)
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John Boadu, LPG Leadership and Razak Kojo Opoku Deserves Some Considerable Credit: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

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John Boadu, LPG Leadership and Razak Kojo Opoku Deserves Some Considerable Credit: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

Sometimes it is very useful to let party members know the hard work, efforts and commitment some people put in behind the scenes in order for the party to achieve its strategic objectives.

In 2020 before the compilation of the new voters register, John Boadu of NPP, leadership of LPG, Razak Kojo Opoku of NPP/CVM, Alhaji Kwame Frimpong of NDP and Henry Asante of PNC, we did a very marvelous work of ensuring that, 13 registered smaller political parties were rallied for the compilation of the new voters register for the 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections, something that NPP failed to achieve ahead of the 2016 general elections.

John Boadu, LPG Leadership and myself Razak Kojo Opoku constantly engaged the 13 smaller Political Parties to support the agenda for the new voters register.

In fact, a day before the voting at IPAC Meeting either for or against the compilation of the new voters register, John Boadu convened an emergency meeting between LPG Leadership, Razak Kojo Opoku and the other 13 political parties, a presentation was excellently done by John Boadu based on solid facts and evidence on why the need for the country to have a new voters register for the 2020 general elections.

All the representatives of the 13 political parties present were fully convinced and by the Grace of God, the next day at IPAC, all the 13 smaller political parties voted alongside the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in support of the new voters register for the 2020 general elections.

In fact, even if the 2020 presidential elections had gone to run-off, John Boadu, Peter Mac Manu, LPG Leadership and myself Razak Kojo Opoku would have been able to rally all the 13 registered political parties in support of the NPP.

Previously, the weakness of the NPP was the inability to get the full support of the majority of the smaller political parties in any critical national decision-making.

However, thankfully, through the zeal and commitment of John Boadu, Peter Mac Manu, LPG Leadership , Razak Kojo Opoku and others, NPP is now having a solid relationship and partnership with the majority of the smaller political parties.

NDC was able to defeat NPP in 2008 and 2012 largely due to their strategic alliance with the smaller political parties, especially those whose leaders are from or staying in the Ashanti region.

As far as I am concerned, breaking the 8-year cycle curse would require a Party’s leadership that has a solid foundation, relationship and strategic partnership with the majority of the registered smaller political parties.

John Boadu, Peter Mac Manu, LPG Leadership, Razak Kojo Opoku, Alhaji Kwame Frimpong, Henry Asante and others deserves some level of credit for ensuring that 13 political parties besides NPP voted for the compilation of the new voters register at IPAC meeting which gave the Electoral Commission of Ghana the audacity and boldness to compile the new voters register for the 2020 general elections.

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Hon. Willyevans Obiri-Awuah (AAK DCE) Paid A Visit To Abura Traditional Council Chiefs 

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Hon. Willyevans Obiri-Awuah (AAK DCE) Paid A Visit To Abura Traditional Council Chiefs

The District Chief Executive of Abura Asebu Kwamankese , Hon. Willyevans Obiri- Awuah and the Presiding Member,Hon Napoleon Nsarkoh Tawiah On Wednesday October 13,2021 paid a visit to the Nananom of Abura Traditional council at Abakrampa Palace to show his appreciation to them

Before his confirmation as DCE, he went there to assist for their support and prayers so he we there to show his appreciation and seek for their advice since he will work with the chiefs.

The acting President for Abura Traditional Council, Nana Nkwefi VIII advice the Hon DCE that, he is there for everyone in the district so he shouldn’t be bias or partiality

Secondly, he is not there for one particular political party so he should treat all the political parties equal.

Lastly but not the least,Nana Nkwefi VIII said the Hon Dce shouldn’t think whenever any Chief or Opinion Leaders in the District pay him visit, they are there to beg or requests for money as some of the previous DCEs thought.

The chiefs blessed him and encouraged him to come to them any time their service is needed

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