The Member of Parliament for the Anyaa-Sowutuom Constituency, Dr. Dickson Adomako Kissi, has tasked delegates and members of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), to remain resolute towards the course of the party and be hardworking.
According to him, the party’s strength, survival, and continuous stay in power largely depends on the commitment and hard work of the NPP polling station executives.
He urged NPP polling station executives to eschew all forms of rancour and backbiting and unite to champion the course of the party.
“We are one big family with a common destiny, so there is no need to fight among ourselves. We have to unite and work for the NPP to lead Ghana to the promised land and break the eight(8)”, he added.
Read the full statement below:
Retaining power for real!!!
We risk loosing power because 2nd terms are harder to manage. Reduction in patience by voters are no joke. The impact of agitation on our previous success in 2016 and 2021 needs to get us working harder.
We may know better but our actions need to be tailored to the suit our current Ghanaian needs of having rental, housing, school fees, trade shops, food needs and jobs. Despair may cloud our thinking at times but we have to make grass root needs our priority.
Broad consultation and inclusive conversation with everyone and party faithfuls may help us. Our ambition to retain power must not die. Nagging, bad attitude, helplessness, and lack of appreciation must die first. Past political failures tend to follow a certain path which must be checked. We need people to buy into retaining power more so than overly powerful projects and projections that may not be doable in the immediate future.
Our voters have evolved and are much smarter, follow social media and are vicious. Upward economic mobility will be a great measure of grass root as they assess government. We need to show more success stories than confirmed reports so far. The risk of loosing power can not be over emphasized. Let’s strengthen the base first and then Secure our future.
The ordinary Voter is now knowledgeable, sophisticated.
Dr. Dickson Adomako Kissi,