NDC national chairman rallies supporters for 2024 

The National Chairman of the National Demo­cratic Congress (NDC), Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has called on the party faithful to close their ranks and forge ahead in unity to wrest power from NPP in the 2024 elections.

According to him, the country should not have been in the mess it is in now and that Ghanaians be­lieved the NDC is the best placed party to salvage the economy and bring relief to the people.

“We see our responsibility not only towards NDC but there is a national assignment that we have to undertake because in our view where we are now should not be the place of Ghana.

Ghanaians know that the NDC is the best placed party to effect those changes,” he stressed.

Mr Nketia made the comment when he led the new national executives of the party to join the Muslim Community for prayers at the National Mosque at Kanda.

The new executives were at the mosque to join the Islamic prayers to thank Almighty Allah for help­ing the NDC to have a successful congress.

Some of the national execu­tives present at the thanksgiving prayers include Mr Fifi Fiavi Kwetey, General Secretary of the NDC, Mr Augustus Nana Kwesi Andrew, Ashanti Region­al Chairman, Mr Godwin Ako Gunn, Second Deputy National Communication Officer, and Mr Kofi Attoh, former First Vice Chairman, among others.

Mr Aseidu Nketia explained that the various elections un­dertaken by the party from the branch, regional and to the national levels were not to sideline anybody but to select people with different expertise to work for the collective good of the party.

He said the NDC embarked on the re-organisation exercise in-line with the party’s constitution to revamp the party structures.

He said the restructuring exercise began with the branch level elections through to the national executives who would then supervise the party’s parlia­mentary and flagbearer elections.

He said when the party em­barked on the massive re-organ­isation exercise there were many, who thought that the restructur­ing was over ambitious because the other parties have finished with their internal elections.

Mr Fifi Kwetey, on his part, thanked the Muslim communi­ty and Imams for allowing the new national executives of the NDC to join them to express their gratitude to Allah for his blessings that overshadowed the period before, during and after the congress.

“We do appreciate that the altar of peace is our creator Allah and for that purpose we need to express our gratitude for everything that had happened,” he added.

Mr Fifi Kwetey also called for unity among the rank and file of the party, adding that harmony was key going into the 2024 polls. -GNA

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