Thursday 18th August, 2016
Dennis Peprah, GNA
Sunyani, Aug 18, GNA – Mrs Susan Adu-Amankwaa,
the Second Vice Chairperson of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), on Friday
challenged disgruntled members of the party to follow procedures for redress of
She said every member of the CPP must respect
the party’s structures since opportunity had been provided for all dissatisfied
members to approach or face the disciplinary committee to resolve internal
Mrs Adu-Amankwaa, who is a member of the
Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSGH) threw the challenge in an interview with
the Ghana News Agency (GNA) on the sidelines of the 2016 Annual General Meeting
of the Society in Sunyani.
She explained that as a third force in Ghana’s
politics now, the party was poised to win the December 7 polls and underscored
the need for members to avoid petty squabbles and all internal wrangling that
had the potential to jeopardise the party’s fortunes in the general election.
Mrs Adu-Amankwaa underlined the need for the
members and supporters of the party, especially the parliamentary candidates
who served as frontliners, to intensify campaigns at the grassroots to
propagate the ideologies of the party to the electorate.
She said if the electorate understood the
party’s ideals and philosophies they could make informed decisions and vote for
Mrs Adu-Amankwaa observed that the two major
political parties; National Democratic Congress and the New Patriotic Party,
had failed Ghanaians and the 2016 election is an opportunity for the electorate
to try a CPP government.
She expressed regret that the “winner
takes all” politics remained the bane of national development, and said
the country required all-inclusive system of governance that could speed up