Ready to Break The 8 -AEE Delegates Conference
Delegates today made it clear that their differences, dynamically yet positively will influence their energies towards the 2024 elections to wrestle home the parliamentary seat from the NDC.
The New Patriotic Party today held her Annual Delegates Conference in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam constituency in three zonal centres, viz; Bisease ,Ajumako and Etsii Abaka.
The decided-for-victory Delegates recounted the enthusiasm with which they tackled 2020 elections, but victory didn’t come to their side at the end of day. They believe the near 16 years experience garnered so far was enough to stop any principalities overturning 2024 elections results.
“We’ve suffered from discrimination and poor leadership under the opposition MP and it is time to take away our rightful inheritance from the wrong hands” they said.
At Etsii Abaka, Mr John Kweku Mbroh, Central Regional Research Officer emphasised the need for constant engagement with the grassroots.
Mr Robert Crentsil, constituency chairman of the ruling Party engaged the Delegates making them know that their concerns were at heart and would be handled in due course to ensure their satisfaction and continuous participation in all activities directed at uprooting the almost broken roots of the the NDC.
Touching on the way forward, Mr Denis Percy, Regional organiser called for selflessness, cooperation and focus on the job from all and sundry.
It was all joy seeing young men and women who were ready to assist the government of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo succeed and also break the 8.
A section of the delegates expressed their satisfaction about the day and requested more of such engagements, citing how it would bring some synergy and life into the affairs of NPP in the constituency.
Messrs Noah Osei-Asenso and Agyeman Festus exposed Delegates to activities lined up for the ensuing periods and the party’s finances respectively.
Leadership of the party bared their heartfelt appreciation to members who made it possible for the successful annual Delegates conference in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam constituency.
Conspicuously present were Hon Ransford Kwasi Nyarkoh, DCE of the area whose message centred on burying any bitterness from previous elections and keeping on with the good works for the desired victory come 2024, Dr Rashid Kwesi Etuaful, the party’s 2020 Parliament candidate and Mr Elisha Debra Odoom, one of the during the Parliament primaries did not miss the day.
It was worth hearing every single individual indicating their readiness to break the 8 since NDC was not an alternative when it came to ruling and implementing youth friendly policies.