COKA welcomes newly elected NPP executives to the block

The Ashanti Regional Chairman hopeful of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Odeneho Kwaku Appiah, alias COKA, has welcomed the newly elected executives to the echelon of the party and thus congratulated them for their victories.

In a congratulatory message to all newly elected polling station and constituency executives of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), especially those in the Ashanti Region, the former Afigya Kwabre South Constituency Chairman, who is tipped by political watchers in the Ashanti Region to unseat the famous Chairman Wontumi, noted that with their victory the NPP had won.

He reminded the elected executives of their roles to reach out to those who lost with an olive branch and bring them on board to form a united front. “Let us reach out to them and see how best we can work together as one family. Let us rise and build together to make breaking the 8 year political cycle a reality,” he posted on his social media platforms, and reminded them that the 2024 general election was going to be keenly contested, and therefore it was very important that all NPP members were brought on board to help win the elections.

He, however, suggested that those who did not win their positions should take it in good faith and give full support to their counterparts who emerged victorious with the conviction that the ultimate winner was and should be the party, and not any individual. Chairman Odeneho Kwaku Appiah also proposed that the Ashanti Region initiates the unity talks to position the party in readiness for the 2024 elections.

The Regional Chairman hopeful reminded all party members of the role the Ashanti Region played in NPP, especially when it comes to general elections. “Indeed, Ashanti Region is the heartbeat of the New Patriotic Party, and contributes, at least, 20% of votes to the party in national elections,” he pointed out, and pleaded that the Ashanti Region must get it right this time and never disappoint.

He prayed that all faithful party members especially those in the region he is seeking to lead must to ensure that the party emerges from the ongoing internal elections stronger and better to win the next general elections.

COKA expressed optimism that at the end of all the elections at all levels, the best men and women will be elected to steer the affairs of party for the next four years.


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