Sinare urges NDC members to promote party

Alhaji Said Sinare, a former Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, has appealed to members and supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to put aside strife, acrimony, bickering and focus on hard work to return the party to power in 2024.

“If us, as members, supporters and sympathisers of NDC put aside negative tendencies that will derail our focus, commitment, determination and steadfastness to win power again,” he entreated.

Alhaji Sinare made the appeal when he led a formidable delegation to Ablekuma in the Greater Accra Region to honour an annual get-together celebration on behalf of former President John Dramani Mahama.

The colorful event, organised by Chief Musah, a philanthropist in the region brought together family and friends of Chief Musah, the northern brothers, Muslims, Islamic scholars, opinion leaders, political party representatives, and people from all walks of life was aimed at putting smiles on the faces of all persons present irrespective of their political affiliations and religious inclinations.
Alhaji Sinare, theNational Vice Chairman of the NDC,cautioned that without putting aside such negative tendencies, the party would not be able to reorganise effectively and efficiently first time and floating voters to make the party attractive for them to vote for it.

He admonished them “to realise the hardships and economic situation the country is facing should compel us to work harder, be dedicated and resolute to campaign on the party’s track record in governance”.

“As the party’s National Vice Chairman, I plead with members of our party to put aside intra-party strife and work together as united and peaceful members and supporters with a common goal to promote the party’s excellent works and agendas to Ghanaians ahead of the December 2024 general elections,” Alhaji Sinare said.

He congratulated Chief Musah for his charitable deeds and assured him of the party’s assistance and support in his endeavours.

Alhassan Sayibu Suhuyini, a Member of Parliament (MP) for Tamale North Constituency in the Northern Region,on behalf of the team, reaffirmed the importance of togetherness, peaceful coexistence, and cohesion and expressed gratitude to the people present for the warm reception given to them.

He advised members and supporters of the party to rally behind leadership towards reorganisation and strategising to win back power in 2024 to relieve the citizenry of hardships and prevailing difficult economic conditions. -3news.com

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