National Chief Scribe Of NDC Bemoans The Relegation Of The Party To The Background

National Chief Scribe

National Chief Scribe Of NDC Bemoans The Relegation Of The Party To The Background

Fifi Fiavi Kwetey, the National Chief Scribe of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), says the practice where when the party wins political power and forms Government and the party(NDC) is relegated to the background will not happen again under his watch.

He called on members to be loyal to the party love Ghana and build a strong NDC that is capable of winning elections.

Unity, stability, and development according to him should be the number one priority of every member of the party.
Speaking at the 32nd-anniversary celebration of the NDC in Accra, Fiavi Kwetey said the party had gone through ups and downs over the years and is poised to recapture political power this year.

He was of firm conviction that probity, accountability, and integrity on which the party was built will make the NDC endure from generation to generation.

Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, the National Chairman of the NDC, in his delivery, said the formation of the NDC had helped in the socio-economic development of the country.

He took a swipe at the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government, saying that when they come into government and destroy and mess up the country, the NDC always comes and cleans the mess.

Asiedu Nketiah said the party had not performed to its optimal but also did not fail the country. He thanked the rank and file of the party for their renewed energy towards the party.

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The National Chairman of the NDC indicated that the NPP and its collaborators are not formidable, urging members to work hard and surmount any challenges that they would encounter in their bid to win the 2024 elections.

Professor Naana Opoku-Agyemang, the Vice Presidential Candidate of the NDC, on her part called policymakers and decision-makers to reset the country towards a positive trajectory.

In 1992, a group of nationalists and revolutionists representing the NDC took an interim certificate from the Electoral Commission and formed the party at the Art Center in Accra.

Source: Adovor Nutifafa

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