Accra, April, 22, GNA Mr Paul Afoko, National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), on Tuesday called for the review of the composition of the leadership of the various committees of the party.
My priority is to oversee the strengthening of the various structures of the party at all levels and the review of the composition and leadership of the various committees of the party.
We will also reconstitute the National Council in accordance with the partys constitution, Mr Afoko flanked by other executives of the party stated at his maiden news conference as chairman.
Mr Afoko suggested the need for the NPP to address all outstanding issues relating to the pillars and structures of the party, from the polling stations to the constituency, regional and national levels.
He appealed to all persons who had become inactive and withdrawn for various reasons to come back to the fold and contribute actively and meaningfully for the success of the party.
He urged all to eschew parochial interests and work to enable the party win power in the 2016 presidential election.
Mr Afoko pledged to abide by the tenets of the NPP constitution and to be strategic in all actions.
He also reiterated his promise to remain neutral as far as the contest for the flagbearship of the party is concerned and urged his fellow executives to do the same.
He expressed his appreciation to the partys Elections Committee, the media and the security agencies for a well planned and executed National Delegates Conference in Tamale.
I must however hasten to add that the police should expedite their investigations into the shooting incident that nearly marred the conference since these incidents are becoming too frequent and members of our party appear to be at the receiving end, he said.
He said the national executives would work at restoring the party as a genuinely united force and ensure that the NPP machinery at the grassroots level is resourced and well-oiled to prosecute an effective campaign in every nook and cranny of the communities and prepare the peoples minds for change.
He said the newly elected executives would meet the old executives on April 23 to strategise on how they could all work for the betterment of the NPP.
Madam Otiko Djaba, the only person to have retained her position appealed to all to assist the party win power in the next general election.
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