Let Us Concentrate On 2016 …NPP Chairman Urges Party
The Eastern Regional 1 st vice chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Alhaji Omar Bodinga has urged the leadership and members of the party to put the just ended Supreme Court verdict behind them and rather concentrate on election 2016.
According to him, the only option left for the party after the Supreme Court verdict was to concentrate on how to make the party attractive for the grassroots supporters and adopt effective strategy ahead of the 2016 elections.
He is convinced that the party would win the 2016 elections hands down if the leadership of the party would embark on effective strategy that would bring all hands on deck.
The Eastern Regional 1 st vice chairman further asked members of the party to tactfully and carefully manage any element of disagreement with the highest maturity it deserves, to save the party from further troubles.
He explained that despite being disappointed with the Supreme Court verdict; he would give the judges the benefit of the doubt since they are human beings. Alhaji Bodinga called on the panel of judges to render an unqualified apology to Ghanaians for keeping everybody in suspense for over three (3) hours before coming out with the verdict.
Expressing his views on the verdict in an interview with the paper at the party office, he also called on government particularly the Electoral Commission (EC) to use the ruling to correct some the flaws exposed by the court in order to save the country from a future action.
‘Is this ruling going to affect, strengthen or improve our electoral process, he asked. He described Nana Akuffo Addo, the flag bearer as the true man of peace and asked for God’s blessing for him and his family.
In a related development, the Regional 1 st Vice chairman of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Alhaji Sumaila has called for total peace in the country. He called on Ghanaians to continue to have faith in the court and desist from taking the law into their hands, instead of seeking for redress in the court.
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