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NPP in Navrongo needs a lot of healing – Andrew Atariwini

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Deputy Upper East Regional Communication Director of the NPP, Andrew Atariwini, is appealing to party faithful within the Navrongo Central Constituency to, as a matter of urgency, put their differences aside and ensure that the party presents a united front in an attempt to snatch the seat from the NDC’s new parliamentary candidate, Simon Akibange. 

Mr. Atariwini, speaking to Mark Smith on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show, explained that because of the Navrongo Central Constituency’s strategic voting pattern, the NPP needs to be even more tactical to win over the constituency at the 2024 general election. 

“If you look at our party in Navrongo, it needs a lot of healing. Let’s not shy away from these things. It needs a lot of healing and a lot of work. It needs again, a consensus candidate. Look at the number of people already pushing up their heads and coming with that interest. Remember that in 2024, nationally, the odds are against us. We are trying to break the eight, and this is something that has never been done before in the fourth republic. So the odds are against us regardless of the internal little cracks that we can identify.”

According to Mr. Atariwini, the key to winning the election in Navrongo is to bring in someone who can unite all of the party’s feuding factions. 

“In Navrongo, what has just happened in the NDC, should be a lesson for us. Let us bring in a consensus candidate. A candidate that people from left to right, centre and all the visible factions can all come together and push that agenda. Other than that, we wouldn’t be able to halt the NDC in that line,” he said. 

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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