“Our Vigilance Won Us Election 2016” – John Boadu

The acting General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Mr. John Boadu, has commended the vigilance of party foot soldiers, which he says ultimately culminated in victory for the party in the 2016 general elections.

Speaking at the Volta Regional Annual Delegates Conference of the party, Mr. Boadu, said “we have decided to take our destiny into our own hands in order to ensure power is sustained. As for the Electoral Commission, there is no way we are going to trust them.”

John Boadu, who married the National Organizer and acting General Secretary positions prior to the 2016 election, said it took strategic decisions and strategic reasoning to finance the party in opposition, applauding the party grassroots.

“103,000 ‘ghosts’ couldn’t vote in the Volta Region due to your operation Eagle Eyes. If we had not paid much attention to the polling station executives, we would have laughed at the wrong sides of our mouths,” he added.

The New Patriotic Party in the Volta Region yesterday, 27th July, held its Delegates Conference in fulfillment of Article 7(13) of the NPP Constitution. Article 7(13) states, “. . . in every year, at least four (4) weeks prior to the National Annual Delegates Conference, there shall be a Regional Delegates Conference. . .”

The conference, themed ‘Moving forward together As a United Family; the Battle is Still the Lord’s,” saw representation from party stalwarts from the national and constituency levels who gathered to take stock of what the party in government has been doing, and to make resolutions to guide its operation.

Speaking at the event, the former Regional Chairman and now Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, John Peter Amewu, urged delegates to repose confidence in the Nana Addo-led administration and be assured of reaping their rewards in due time.

“So far, most of our people have got appointments, if it’not yet your turn, just look up to God and you will soon be answered,” he said.

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Source: Globalfmonline.com/105.1/Fred Duhoe

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