National Youth Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Sammy Awuku, has urged supporters to sustain the determination that brought the party to power in 2016 general elections.
The charismatic NPP Youth Organiser was speaking at a well-attended New Year's soiree held at the behest of the Acting Chairman of the NPP, Freddie Blay.
The lavish soiree was held on Friday, January 5 at the Tesano Royal Gardens in Accra.
Sammy Awuku also warned the party youth against complacency and arrogance because the party has assumed the reins of government, urging them to continue “winning souls” for the party as the next elections draw near.
“We won 2016 because the Ghanaian youth were determined to change the government. It does not mean 2020 will be easy. Our actions and our words will determine whether we want to win hands down in 2020,” said Sammy Awuku.
Leading members of the party, including Acting General Secretary of NPP, John Boadu, the NASARA Coordinator, Kamaldeen Abdulai, and groups such as NPP Loyal Ladies, were present at the late night event.
Delivering a short speech at the soiree, Mr Blay said he threw the party to show appreciation for the immense efforts by the rank and file of the party that brought the NPP to power.
“On behalf of National Executives, I want to thank you all for your tremendous support. I wish you all a happy New Year. It is my hope that next year by this time, everyone will be working, businesses would be booming and everyone would be living happily. Greater opportunities abound for everyone so let’s tap into it”, Mr Blay said.
“We have won an election but there are still many rivers to cross. Rivers to cross to make this country prosperous for everyone to be proud of. So let’s all unite and work towards it”, he admonished.
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