NPP Will Retain Power in 2024 – Ntim Assures

Stephen Ayesu Ntim, the National Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party ( NPP ), has vowed to fight to guarantee that the party maintains control in the general election of 2024.

He declared that the party wouldn’t become the opposition in 2024 while he was in office.

“You will agree with me that I spent 20 years in the political wilderness, before getting to where I am right now, and I will not become national chairman only to take the party back to opposition,” he stated.

Yesterday, Mr. Ntim gave a speech at the NPP’s national headquarters in Accra during the inauguration of the Standing and Ad hoc Committees of the National Council.

The committees include the Organization, Research, Disciplinary, Finance, Constitutional and Legal, and Communication.

Abankwa Sekyere is in charge of the Finance committee, Frank Davies is in charge of the Constitutional and Legal committee, and Lord Oblitey Commey is in charge of the Organization committee.

Osei Bonsu Amoah, Kwasi Amoako Atta, and Nana Akomea serve as the committee chairs for research, discipline, and communication, respectively.

Mr. Ntim stated that he would see to it that the committees carried out their duties.

He exhorted the committees to put forth a lot of effort to realize the party’s aims and objectives.

“First and foremost, your first loyalty is to the party, or matters that come before your committee should be kept at the committee level unless the party hierarchy demands that it comes out, he stated.

When it comes to the 2024 elections, the NPP’s general secretary, Justin Frimpong Kodua, predicted that the NPP would become the first political party to win three straight elections.

“We will be the first political party to win the elections three consecutive times”, he mentioned.

“In spite of the challenges that we are going through as a country, certainly before the 2024 election, things would have turned and Ghanaians will still have confidence in the NPP,” Mr Kodua stated.

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