Leadership supporters and sympathisers of the ruling party, New Patriotic Party (NPP) have been charged to work hard to retain the party in power come December 7, 2020.
The Majority Leader in Parliament, Mr. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu who gave the charge called on leaders and members of the party to address all petty issues and work hard to retain power in the upcoming general elections in December 2020.
Addressing charged delegates at the just ended 2019 Annual Delegates Conference and Rally at the Ghana Trade Fair, Accra Mr Mensah-Bonsu revealed that, parliamentary primaries will be held in April, 2020 believing that, it was only when the party remained united, it can defeat their opponents, the NDC in the up-coming elections.
Speaking further, he reiterated that, the NPP’s government in the past three years have performed better and improved the livelihoods of the ordinary Ghanaians.
The Honorable Majority Leader recounted some of the achievements of the Party over the three-year period through its ingenuity and innovative policies by introducing programmes including one on Office of the Special Prosecutor, the Bauxite Development, Research and Development Mining, and Statistics bill, the Planting for Food and Jobs that boosted food production and the Nation Builders Corps that employed about 100,000 university graduates.
Therefore congratulated the Greater Accra, Northern, Upper West and other regions who ensured that the votes of the NDC were reduced to ensure a resounding victory for the NPP in the 2020 elections.
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