NPP Will Win Elections Based On hard Work - Dan Botwe
NPP Will Win Elections Based On hard Work - Dan Botwe Website
Mr Dan Botwe, Chairman of the Electoral affairs of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Campaign says the party would win the coming elections based on its track record of hard work and good campaign messages. He told the GNA in Koforidua that “in consistency with the NPP tradition, we have always worked hard to achieve our victories and have never been complacent about any thing because we understand elections and know that anything can happen”. Mr Botwe disclosed that for the party to have a convincing victory in the coming election, it had started a voter education programme for party operatives and also preparing them for the registration exercise in that area. He indicated that so far, 2,300 party officers had been trained including 280 constituency officers drawn from all the 28 constituencies in the Eastern Region to ensure a successful monitoring of the registration programme. Mr Botwe said he was sure of NPP’s victory because of measures being put in place adding “these are all part of oiling our machinery, spreading our message and sharpening skills for the campaign” he added. He explained that the NPP was interested in monitoring the registration process, because it was being projected that about one million people may register this year. Mr Botwe urged all party members to work hard and be vigilant to ensure a resounding victory for the NPP in the December elections.