Mr. Kwame Baffoe Abronye, the Bono Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), is rallying party members, supporters, and sympathizers to unite and break the eight-year governance cycle of the fourth republic. He acknowledges that the NPP has faced challenges due to discontent among party members, but urges them to address these issues and avoid voter apathy in the upcoming 2024 elections.
At the Bono Regional Youth Conference and Tertiary Students Confederacy (TESCON) Orientation program, Mr. Baffoe Abronye highlighted the importance of remaining loyal and committed to achieving victory in the 2024 elections. Drawing inspiration from the NPP’s victorious campaign in 2016, he encourages party members to embrace the mindset of an opposition party hungry for power and to avoid self-sabotage.
Mr. Baffoe Abronye notes that the NPP faced challenges in the parliamentary race during the 2020 elections, but emerged victorious in nine out of the twelve constituencies during the presidential election. He emphasizes the significance of breaking the eight-year cycle, underscoring its importance to the NPP fraternity as a whole.
In a nutshell, Mr. Baffoe Abronye’s appeal to the NPP members, supporters, and sympathizers aims to foster unity and combat voter apathy. By acknowledging internal concerns and collectively working towards a shared vision, the NPP can increase their chances of securing victory in the 2024 elections.
Addressing the youth wing and TESCON members directly, Mr. Baffoe Abronye calls upon them to actively support the NPP’s campaign for the 2024 general elections. With the participation of national, regional, and constituency executives, the youth wing, TESCON members, and dedicated party supporters from across the region, the conference provided a platform to discuss strategies and foster unity among party members.
In conclusion, breaking the eight-year cycle is crucial for the NPP’s continued success. Mr. Baffoe Abronye’s call to action emphasizes the need for unity and commitment to achieving this goal. By remaining loyal and avoiding self-sabotage, the NPP can increase their chances of securing victory in the 2024 elections.