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The President Tells The NPP That The 2024 Election Is For Us To Lose.

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged members and supporters of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) to remain united and focused on the party’s aim of retaining power in the general election of 2024.

“The 2024 election is for us to lose,” he declared, urging party members to put their differences aside and work together to end the party’s eight-year jinx — the inability to serve more than two terms in office.

This will necessitate maintaining unity of purpose, ensuring proper conduct, and establishing a level playing field in the selection of the party’s head and all other party executives.

The President, speaking at the Party’s Annual Delegates’ Conference at Heroes Park in Kumasi, lauded his government’s accomplishments, claiming that it had overseen massive development projects that had a good impact on people’s lives.

“This government has spent more money than any other government in the Fourth Republic on boosting education, health, industrial expansion, agriculture, and infrastructure development.”

He went on to say that during the COVID-19 pandemic, which destroyed economies around the world, they had been more vigilant in promoting the welfare of Ghanaians.

“We are not giving up,” he declared, as he pledged his government’s unwavering commitment to developing a better, more vibrant, and resilient economy that benefits all Ghanaians.

He urged citizens to keep faith in the ruling party, claiming that the main opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), had nothing positive to offer the country.

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the Vice-President, praised the government’s performance during the last five years.

He claimed that all macroeconomic indices — inflation, interest rate, trade balance, rate of depreciation, and job creation – demonstrated that they had done a better job and that they were following through on their election campaign pledges.

They had been thinking outside the box to transform Ghana, and he spoke of the huge efforts being made to digitize the economy to provide sustainable development to the people.

Freddie Blay, the National Chairman of the NPP, urged party members to use the Conference to assess the party’s performance and develop effective strategies to build on its achievements.

The Conference is gathering information about the party’s activity over the years and making changes to its constitution.

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