Don’t Blame Me For Nana’s 2012 Defeat – Alan K

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The grassroots operatives in the NPP have been given a voice and are actively involved in the process of electing their own leaders. This is a clear reflection and testimony of the resilience of structures in the party, whether it is in government or not, as well as the commitment of the party to internal democratic governance.

Q: What is your assessment or the mood of the party after the National Delegates Conference held in Tamale on April 12?

A: I believe that the party has come out of the conference more united than ever before. It was the party that eventually emerged as the winner – not individual contestants. But this did not happen by chance. Party officials and other accredited delegates to the conference, jointly and separately, conducted themselves both in speech and action in a manner that did not prejudice the outcome of the elections.

The contest turned out to be about selecting candidates who can organize and manage the party to restore it to power in 2016, rather than serving the parochial interests of individuals and interest groups within the party. Going forward, the focus must be on building a strong, united party with a common purpose and vision.

Talking about unity must not be a mere rhetorical exercise undertaken by party leaders and other officials, but must be backed by concrete action. Reports in the media may seem to suggest mounting tension within the party ahead of the impending flagbearership contest, but I believe this has been unduly heightened by the media.