The Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Adutwum, has indicated that the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) agenda of breaking the eight-year election cycle is attainable, but requires extra hard work by all members and supporters of the party.
He charged all supporters, members and leadership of the party to unite, put behind their differences and strategise well to come out with the best policies, programmes and innovative initiatives that stood the chance of improving living standard of all Ghanaians.
Dr Adutwum announced this when he spoke at Kuntanase and Feyiase (all in the Bosomtwe Constituency in the Ashanti Region) on Saturday during the constituency’s edition of the NPP annual delegate’s conference.
In attendance were 800 delegates of the party from the constituency. Also present were the District Chief Executive for Bosomtwe, Joseph Assumin, the constituency Chairman, Aikens Addai-Poku and a representative of the Regional Secretariat of the party, I K. Acheampong, who is also the Regional Director of the party in charge of research among others.
Dr Adutwum who is also the Member of Parliament (MP) for Bosomtwe in the Ashanti Region, said there was the need for all members to put their differences behind them and adopt prudent measures that would improve upon the living standard of the people as well as attract massive votes that would help the party to win the 2024 elections.
Mr Assumin was full of praise for members, supporters and well-wishers of the party in the constituency for commitment, determination and dedication leading to the party’s massive victory during the 2020 general election in the constituency.
Mr Addai-Poku, noted that the party recorded an increase in votes from 82 per cent in 2016 to 85 per cent describing it as an amazing performance and also lauded supporters and members of the party in the constituency for their hard work.
“The party has a lot of works and achievement to show but everything possible will be done by leadership of the party to ensure it will continue to maintain parliamentary seat as well as increase presidential votes in the 2024 elections.
BY TIMES REPORTER