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I want to hand-over to another NPP person as President of Ghana-Nana Addo

President of Ghana

The President of the Republic of Ghana, H.E Akufo-Addo has stated that he wants to hand over the Presidential seat of Ghana to another NPP person

H.E Akufo-Addo made this pronouncement because he is confident that whoever is selected to lead the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in 2024 will win the election.

“I am confident the party’s presidential candidate will win Election 2024,” the president said at the NPP’s 29th-anniversary celebration currently ongoing in Accra.

According to the President, the party has delivered on its promises to Ghanaians since winning power in 2016 and with the numerous achievements chalked by the party he is optimistic that victory will be on their side comes 2024 general election

The NPP has won four Presidential elections since the beginning of the 4th Republic constitutional rule

Also speaking at the event, National Chairman of the party, Freddie Blay, said the NPP has delivered on its core mandate.

“The core value of the New Patriotic Party is commitment and dedication to public service. We must never forget what defines who we are –which is the democratic ideals of serving in the interest of the people to build a better Ghana.

“And I believe this is what Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is doing at the moment, irrespective of the ugly noises and sometimes direct confrontations… What will keep us in power and help us build a sustainable future is our dedication to delivering faithfully the promises we made to the people of this country,” he said.

The chairman however urged party members to unite for the progress of the party.

“I want to charge the members of the party to prioritize unity over parochial interest. This is the only way that we will still be on top of government and our contract with the people of Ghana in terms of its development”, he said

“This is the only party that can deliver that, and we must keep it so, and we must be very united irrespective of our own personal interest”, he added.

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