The Member of Parliament for Dormaa East constituency, Paul Twum-Barimah, has appealed to all party leaders, aspirants, and key stakeholders to uphold tranquility throughout the party ranks as the final stages of the internal electoral process draw near.
The primaries, which is slated for November will determine the party’s flagbearer for the 2024 elections, making the need for unity, empathy, and a shared sense of purpose paramount.
In a statement released yesterday by the Dormaa East lawmaker, he expressed his confidence that unity, dedication, and commitment are essential components in achieving the party’s primary goal – retaining political power.
He, therefore, urged all stakeholders, aspirants, and their supporters to contribute to a peaceful atmosphere leading up to, during, and after the upcoming primaries.
Furthermore, the MP emphasised the significance of refraining from actions that could undermine the electoral process, such as hate speech, misinformation, or incitement to violence.
He insisted that maintaining the unity that the NPP has enjoyed as a party is fundamental to their continued success.
Mr Twum-Barimah rallied party members to come together as one cohesive force, with the resolve to ‘break the eight’ and continue building a stronger Ghana.
“Yes, we can. We shall break the 8. God bless the New Patriotic Party. God bless our Homeland, Ghana and make us great and strong,” he concluded in the statement.