The national chairman of the ruling party, New Patriotic Party (NPP) has started a nationwide tour. Mr. Blay wants to see the party’s readiness towards December general elections.
He started his tour on Tuesday, 17 November 20202. Together with his party officials they started in the Oti Region.
At Nkwanta, Mr Blay met with the regional executive, the regional minister and his deputy. He also met with the District Chief Executive from the eight districts, CEOs from the state institutions in the region and some other members of the regional team.
Mr Blay, the national chairman tasked them to focus on both the presidential and parliamentary candidates. He asked them to channel all their focus on the candidates in the various constituencies within the region on the paper.
Mr Blay afterwards gave an advise to the party leadership and the parliamentary candidates. He advised them to let go of any doubts that have the potential to destroy the party’s electoral fortunes.
The national chairman went on to say that the party has a very solid, reliable, decisive, compassionate and marketable candidate. The candidate has high integrity which makes it to sell him to Ghanaians.
Mr Blay said : “Beyond the personal attributes of the flagbearer, we have a government that has achieved an unprecedented milestone in all facets of the Ghanaian economy, from over 2.5 million jobs created within the last three and half years, massive infrastructure development across the country specifically where for the first time in any government’s first term in office, we are witnessing the construction of over 750km of asphalted roads across the country, free education, ID1F, and so on…”.
The national chairman congratulated the party for the good work done so far. He went to ask the team to focus more on retail campaigning because of the impact of Covid-19.
He also met some notable groups, including Deputy Regional chief Imam, Sarki Zongo Chief and some leaders of the Kotokoli community.
Mr Blay asked the younger generations to desist from electoral violence.
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