NDC executives urged to put personal interests aside to ensure victory in 2012
The Western Regional Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Colonel (Rtd.) Kaku Korsah, has urged party executives to put personal interest aside and unite at the zonal level for the party’s landslide victory in 2012 general elections.
He said the seeming bickering, rancour and acrimony in the NDC do not augur well for the political fortunes of the party.
Col. (Rtd.) Korsah was addressing NDC party executives at Nkroful in the Ellembelle constituency as part of a mid-year review meeting.
He appealed to them to identify problems which have made some electoral areas “hard-go places” and liaise with the Regional arm of the party for assistance to develop strategies and find solutions to the problems.
Col. (Rtd.) Korsah advised the executives against complacency because the party was in power but redouble their efforts to retain the seat in 2012.
The Deputy Minister for Energy and MP for Ellembelle, Mr. Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, said: “since he assumed the reigns of power, he has vowed to do his best for the constituency and was happy that people were full of praises for the transformation he and the government have brought to the constituency”.
“I will do all it takes to make the NDC party reign for ages”, Mr Buah emphasized.
He called on party executives “to communicate the successes chalked by government to the people to expose critics throwing dust in the eyes of Ghanaians”.
The District Chief Executive for the area, Mr. Daniel K. Eshun, expressed gratitude to the executives for their cooperation and urged them to work harder to ensure massive turn-out in the 2012 elections.