A former Minister of Communications, Dr Omane Boamah, has tasked the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to work together assiduously for the collective victory of the party in the 2024 general election.
He noted that members, supporters, faithful, well-wishers and sympathisers needed to unite, remain focused, steadfast and strategise in order to clinch resounding victory in the elections.
“As in all competitions, there will be losers and winners however, we will all be winners in 2024 if we are dedicated, committed and determined to work together for the collective victory of our party,” Dr Boamah noted.
According to him, aspirants win or otherwise and should be dedicated, determined and committed to working for the NDC and the good of the country because genuine members and supporters ofNDC should put the party first and not personal ambitions so as to make competitions at all levels up to the flag bearer contest productive to the electorate.
Dr Boamah appealed to members and supporters of the party to end the dangerous doctrine of both Asiedu Nketia or Ofosu Ampofo, the General Secretary and the National Chairmanrespectively of the NDC’ssupporters who would refuse to campaign for victory in 2024 “if any of them lose possible bid for National Chairman at the next NDC Congress.
“This dangerous mindset must not percolate to the branches; lest losers in the Branch, Constituency, and Regional elections and their supporters also replicate false and dangerous doctrine being pushed at the leadership level and we must understand supporters of aspirants are primarily NDC members and sympathisers holding high the flag of the party and not personal ambitions and visions of aspirants from branches to national level.
“Let us put the party first, have clean campaign and delegates at all levels vote for credible aspirants for victory in 2024 to save Ghana from mismanagement of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) so the branch, constituency, regional, national executive elections and eventually flag bearer contest must complete processes of electing and not selecting gallant men and women to lead us to resounding victory were yearn for in the 2024 elections,” Dr Boamah cautioned.