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NDC: Odododiodio Constituency Launches ‘Mobilizers’ group for 2020 elections

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) members in the Odododiodio constituency has launched mobilizers group to recapture power in 2020 elections.

 

This launch took place on Sunday, 29th October, 2017 at Konkonba yam market in Accra.

 

This act which seeks to bring together the youth in the constituency from diverse tribal and religious backgrounds will have its soul goal as strengthening the youth base and getting them on board for election 2020.

 

In a telephone conversation with Ahotor FM’s Morning Show host, Emmanuel Quarshie (Hit man), on Monday 3oth October, the chairman of the constituency, Paul Nii Obli Laryeh stated that, there is no way they can gain power unless they are united as a party and formidably galvanize the grassroots for 2020 election win.

 

This can only be done by young volunteering groups thus the need for the mobilizers group.

 

“Previously there was disunity among the youth groups in my constituency. I was surprise seeing that great unity yesterday at the launch”

 

“We are so confident that with such force, victory will be ours come 2020”

 

This act I believe will be copied  by other constituencies to help build a strong volunteering group for 2020.

Present at the program were some NDC national executives and regional executives.

Mr. Paul Laryah concluded that this act of unity is a good step and should be replicated by other constituencies.

 

 

ahotoronline.com|Ghana

 

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