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NDC-USA sends Easter wishes to members and Ghanaians, urges unity ahead of 2024 elections

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As Ghanaians across the world celebrate Easter, the Chairman of the National Democratic Congress Chapter in the United States of America (NDC-USA), Maame Aba Dadzie, has sent her Easter wishes to the members of the party and all Ghanaians. In a press release, Maame Aba expressed her hope that the celebration brings peace and hope for better days ahead. She also urged NDC members to come together in unity to ensure victory in the upcoming 2024 general elections.

Maame Aba noted that the NDC is poised to return to power in 2024, as the current government has mismanaged the country for too long. She criticized the current government, led by President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice President Bawumia, for over-borrowing and enriching their friends and family while neglecting the needs of ordinary Ghanaians.

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In the press release, Maame Aba thanked those who attended the recent NDC-USA reconciliation seminar and expressed their opinions on the pre-and post-election. She affirmed her commitment to bringing everyone on board for the upcoming challenge of the 2024 elections. She emphasized the need for unity and reconciliation within the party, stating that the NDC cannot afford to have any members sitting on the sidelines.

Maame Aba urged NDC members to set aside their differences and work together towards the betterment of the party and the country. She emphasized that all ideas are welcome and called on members to contribute their efforts towards the upcoming election. She stressed that victory in the 2024 election is a must for the NDC and urged all members to work towards that goal.

Maame Aba wished all NDC-USA members and Ghanaians a happy Easter, filled with joy and hope for the future. She reminded members to keep their faith strong and work towards a better Ghana for all.

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