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NDC will Win 2020 Election if United -Eric Opoku.

The call on unity in the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been emphasized by the member of parliament for Asunafo South Constituency and the former Brong Ahafo Regional minister , Hon Eric Opoku.

He stated that Ghanaians are looking for a more united and formidable political party to take up power from the NPP.

“All our actions as leaders and people who play major roles in the political party should be circumspect, if not guarded will affect the grass root that are in the constituencies and branch levels”

“Our members are always pleased with leaders who build unity in actions and speech and I believe, if this is seen in our party it will land us in 2020 victory”,

“We should take a lesson from president kufours statement during the NPP’s conference over the weekend. He made it clear to members not to wash their dirty cloth  in public but take the various mechanisms in place to address all grievances”

“As a political party we need to galvanize all in other to win votes and all views and suggestion are welcomed” He stated

Hon. Opoku further stated that most of the promises made by the ruling government has not been fulfilled and the only alternative now is NDC.

He was speaking in a studio discussion on Ahotor FM’s Morning Show with Emmanuel Quarshie (Hit man), on Monday, 28th August, 2017.

 

 

Daniel Koranteng Kwagyiri |ahotoronline.com|Ghana

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