The President of the Republic of Ghana Nana Akufo Addo has sent a strong message to the members his party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) ahead of the party’s parliamentary primaries.
The ruling New Patriotic Party is scheduled to hold it’s parliamentary primaries across the country tomorrow 20th June,2020.
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In the President’s message to his party members, he urged them to help ensure that the elections are held in a free, fair and peaceful manner and particularly, admonished them to respect the enhanced hygiene and social distancing protocols that the Electoral Commission will put in place to guarantee our safety.
Below is the Message from President Nana Akufo Addo to NPP members ahead of tomorrow’s Parliamentary Primaries
Our party, the governing New Patriotic Party, goes to the polls on Saturday, 20th June, to select the final compliment
of parliamentary candidates for the December 2020 elections.
wish all our aspirants the very best of luck, and I urge all who are involved in the process to help ensure that the elections
are held in a free, fair and peaceful manner.
In particular, let us respect the enhanced hygiene and social distancing protocols the Electoral Commission has put in place to guarantee our safety, and to prove to all that, in spite of covid-19, our nation can conduct an electoral process, where the sanctity of the ballot is preserved.
On Saturday, there will be no individual winners, neither will there be losers. It is the NPP that must emerge stronger, united and victorious. We have a collective responsibility to demonstrate to the
country, once again, our credentials of being the party with the strongest attachment to the principles of democratic accountability. We dare not fail the Ghanaian people.
So, let us join hands, in the aftermath of the primaries, to advance the principles and ideals of our party, the realisation of which are essential to the freedom, progress and prosperity of the Ghanaian people. We must remember, at all times, that we are the only party capable of supervising the transformation of our economy and nation that all Ghanaians want.
Once again, I wish the Party and all parliamentary aspirants the very best of luck and God’s blessings.
May God bless our homeland Ghana, and make her great and strong.