The Upper East Regional Director of Communications of the NPP, Peter Ayinbisa has touted the success of the just-ended Delegates’ Conference of the NPP. He said that based on the thorough planning and success of the Conference, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), which is still in the process of reorganisation can learn a thing or two from the NPP.
He said this when he spoke on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show today, Monday, July 18, 2022.
“I want to take the opportunity to congratulate all those who gave themselves up to contest for various positions. The elections are over. There were winners and there were losers but in our party, everybody won because NPP is a big family and we went there to select people to lead us.”
“The programme was well planned, well organised right from the day the nominations came out to when the delegates left their home regions for Accra. Everyone was well catered for.”
“The Electoral Commission, per the constitution of Ghana, was there to supervise the elections. Dr. Serebour was there himself and supervised the elections.”
Mr. Ayinbisa continued to say that “it was peaceful, not rancour. No in-fighting and all those things. Everything went on smoothly. We are happy that we have come to this end. It is an eye-opener for the NDC. I believe that as they start their re-organisational process, they will learn a few lessons from what we have done. We have always been the pacesetters and we have set the pace for them to follow.”
He commended the regional delegates for reaffirming their confidence in Madam Rita Asobayire who has been elected as the 2nd Vice Chairperson of the NPP.
Meanwhile, the loss of John Boadu and many others who were seeking to be elected or re-elected into national executive positions in the NPP at the recently ended Delegates’ Conference in the Greater Accra Region was expected by Political Analyst, Boakye Yiadom.
He said it was only fair for a party that sought to ‘break the 8’ would from time to time shake up the persons in the party, and bring new individuals with fresh ideas on board.
Mr. Yiadom said this when he spoke on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show today, Monday, July 18, 2022.
“There wasn’t any surprise in there. After all, when you serve any entity or organisation for some time, you will have to leave for another person to come and continue. There is no need for you to be maintained throughout your lifetime. That is not how it is done. From time to time, things would have to change.”
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana