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25-Apr-2018  
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Former Vice President, Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has congratulated the newly elected Branch Executives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), charged them to eschew acts of divisions and work hard to recapture political power in the next elections.

Mr. Amissah-Arthur is currently in the Ashanti region to observe ongoing Branch elections.

He encouraged both winners and losers to unite to ensure the victory of the NDC.

He visited various branches - the Kwame Adu Branch, Breku Branch, Kwame Agyei and Broni krom among others.

The former Vice President was also active when his party opened registration when he visited areas in the Eastern Region to stimulate them to work together.

He was accompanied by former Ashanti Regional Minister Alex Ackon, Former National Organizer of the party Yaw Boateng Gyan and the Regional Organizer Alhaji Sane.

According to the former Veep, the Branch Executives hold the key to the party’s victory, hence the need for them to liaise with all party functionaries in the spirit of respect, unity and love.

NDC Former National Organizer and Regional Organizer also called on the new and old executives to team up, touting the achievements and ideals of the party in anticipation of winning more members to the fold.

They called on the electorates expose the lies of the NPP government and stay vigilant till victory is assured, come 2020.

Mr. Amissah Arthur will visit branches in the Central and other Regions.


 





 
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