‘NPP ready to snatch more seats from NDC in 2020’

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has embarked on a campaign drive to snatch more seats from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Greater Accra Region in the parliamentary election in 2020.

Known as ‘Agenda seats campaign’, the party is geared toward securing seats in the 24 parliamentary seats in the region by projecting the good works of the president in a spectacular manner.

Moses Abor, the Greater Accra Regional Youth Organiser of the NPP, has stated that the Greater Accra NPP had declared “agenda 24 seats campaign” to secure 80 per cent seats in the region saying, “The party is ready to snatch more seats from the NDC in 2020.”

Mr Abor indicated that “NPP has declared operation 24 seats, we are going all out to win more parliamentary seats in the Greater Accra Region with a very wide margin because the expectation of the party in the region is to win nothing less than 80 per cent as the party has performed creditably well over the last two years and they intend to do everything humanly possible to project the good work of the president.

“I encouraged the youth and women’s wings of the party to always be bold enough to project the party in a spectacular way as they have been doing as a group to make the party attractive for more votes.     

“I am telling you in 2020 is agenda 24 parliamentary seats,  we are seriously working towards it, we are not going to leave any space for NDC, we will do everything  to secure more seats for NPP and President Nana Akufo-Addo recounting on all the good polices and programmes  of his vision,  we  will not allow NDC to come back to power and destroy them as they did in 2008,” Mr Abor assured.

The Greater Accra Regional Parliamentary statistics indicates that the NPP won 21 out of the 34 Parliamentary seats, whilst the NDC took 13 but the NDC has target to increase its base by grabbing more seats which is achievable as part of a broad-based plan and agenda to win more votes to guarantee a second term for former President John Mahama.


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