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If we’re united, we’ll get votes we need – Lawyer Namoo to NPP faithful

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The Upper East Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Anthony Namoo is calling on party faithful to work hard to build and jealously protect the unity of the party before, during and after the party’s primaries. 

If the NPP is able present a united front ahead of the 2024 general election, it’ll garner a significant portion of the votes for the presidential as well as the parliamentary elections. 

Mr. Namoo, speaking on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show with Mark Smith, explained that delegates, aspirants, executives and all party folk alike must eschew divisiveness and ensure that they do not injure the image of the party. 

Aside presenting a united front, the Upper East Regional Chairman of the party believes that the government and party have done enough to woo people to vote in their direction.

“In the regional context, apart from the campaign of the work the government has done, also as a party, [it would be] the unity. If the people see you as a party that is united and wants to win power, they would want to [vote for you]. That is why we are praying that the primaries go very smoothly. Once the people see that you are united, they will help you. When they see that you are not, the votes may not come to you.”

“It is only in this part of the region that you would see that when someone comes with you around 6:00 to campaign, 10 or 11 pm deep in the night, they would come and say, what I was saying [earlier in public], I didn’t mean what I was saying. That is what happens. That what sometimes happens and I wonder how you can openly in the midst of the people say that they should vote for candidate and later deep in the night, [say something else].”

“That is what we are saying that everybody must love the party,” he stressed.

Ahead to the primaries, Lawyer Namoo urged delegates to comply with the norms of conduct and refrain from acting inappropriately because their candidates didn’t win by denigrating the party or using derogatory language.

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

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