The People’s National Convention (PNC), believes it should be given the opportunity to deliver Ghanaians from their current poor economic conditions.
Speaking at a press briefing on Wednesday, the Chairman of the PNC, Bernard Mornah said the PNC was bent on wrestling power from the ruling National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) administration, adding Ghanaians are tired of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the NDC.
Mr Mornah said of his party, “We would leverage on our resourcefulness to win power this time round and deliver the people of Ghana from further social and economic predicaments.”
According to Mr Mornah, key to their attempt to return to power would be ensuring harmony among themselves and sister parties.
“We need to sustain a higher sense of solidarity, greater consolidation and enhanced harmony within our party and sister parties.”
Mr Mornah further accused the ruling NDC and the opposition NPP of exhibiting violent tendencies and stressed the need to for peace between the two.
“We need to recognise and facilitate the search for peace between and within the NDC and NPP who have always demonstrated a great deal of violence to life and property as their accomplishments,” he said.