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NPP Will Rule Beyond 8 Years Under My Watch As National Youth Organizer- Dominic Eduah Assures
 
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15-May-2018  
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National Youth Organizer hopeful of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) who also double as the deputy National Youth Organizer of the party Dominic Eduah has reiterated that his vision for the party is beyond 2020.

Speaking on Asempa FM’s “Ekosii Sen” programme, Mr. Edua emphatically said NPP government will extend its mandate beyond 2020 and 2028 if delegates give him the nod to lead the teaming NPP youth.

When I say "The Job Dey Ground", it is all about producing result from the grass root and that is what when given the nod as National Youth Organizer, I will do to break the 8-year rule by going all out to get closer to the voters.

With this our mandated will be extended beyond the 8 years, he added.

We will break this monopony of eight-year rule by each of the two major political parties in Ghana

I will also introduce what we call 'knock a door campaign' for massive victory come 2020 election under my watch," he said.

Mr. Eduah noted that he will empower the Youth who have always been the unflagging pillars of the NPP by building a formidable youth group that will lead the NPP campaign into 2020 elections and beyond.


I have also been trusted lieutenant to National Youth Organizer, Mr. Sammy Awuku prior to the 2016 elections, touring the entire country with him.

“The Job is not about long talk, but action in manifestation,” he stressed.

 
 
 
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