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My election as PC means NPP is united – Otito Achuliwor

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The Parliamentary Candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Otito Abdallah Achuliwor, is confident that his election signifies the end of division within the party in the Navrongo Central Constituency.

Alhaji Achuliwor, speaking with A1 Radio’s Mark Smith on the Day Break Upper East Show, explained that after the election, all other contenders have come together as a single unit. Additionally, many notable persons within the party who were known to be aggrieved or hurt by some actions and inactions of the party and other members of the party have put all the concerns away and have thrown their hats in with him as PC as the party galvanizes ahead of the 2024 general election.

“After the 2020 elections, people were not greeting each other. There were some people who never shook hands with others. There are others who never ate or drank in the same restaurant or drinking spots with others. But prior to my election, I started bringing them on board one after the other. Some people were surprised to see some face behind me. Somehow, some people also thought that seeing those faces behind me was not good enough and thought that I didn’t deserve their votes because I was bringing those people on board, but my campaign was ‘uniting to recapture.’ We need to unite to recapture that seat.”

“That seat belongs to us. Unless we reunite, we can’t recapture. I started playing behind the scenes to get everyone on board. For the first time ever in the history of NPP, you had all contestants and all the hierarchy moving along with me to go on a thank-you tour. For the first time ever, you have the current executives and the old executives coming together, sitting in the same cars and going to the same gathering, exchanging pleasantries. There was simply no pretense on anybody’s face.”

Alhaji Otito Achuliwor admitted that the show of unity is only the beginning of uniting the party ahead of the 2024 general election.

“It is just the beginning. These are early days yet, and we need to do more. After the top has agreed to come together, we need to go to the grassroots. The elections are won at the polling stations; we need to go down to the grassroots, that is the polling stations, electoral areas, and ensure that unity in those areas, and then we can be certain that we are ready for 2024.”

According to Alhaji Otito Achuliwor, this task would be led by a well-coordinated campaign team.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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