order tramadol online without prescription Filing of nominations by the contestants for the various national executive positions of the New Patriotic Party ended yesterday, with the candidates for the most coveted position of General Secretary attracting most of the attention in the contest.
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Party insiders describe Mr Agyapong as a “true-true party man” who knows the NPP “inside out” and who has a lot to offer.
His assurance to the NPP delegates is that he will be a practical and decisive General Secretary who will take pragmatic steps to win the 2016 general elections, by decentralising the activities of the party.
The leading contender is worried about the current state of the party, and has therefore been assuring the delegates of his plan to ensure that the “party machinery is well-oiled at the polling station level to ensure effective campaign for a resounding victory in the next election.”
Mr Agyepong became the Communications Director of the Akufo-Addo campaign during NPP presidential primary in 1998 and later played a key role in the National Campaign effort for the successful 2000 elections. He was once again nominated as one of the party’s representatives at the strongroom of the EC to monitor election results, a role he played again in 2004, 2008 and 2012.
Mr Agyepong, a civil engineer by profession, served as Press Secretary to President Kufuor from 2001 until May 2006, when he resigned from his position. He contested in the 2007 NPP Presidential Primary against Nana Akufo-Addo and Mr Kyeremanten, among others.
Yaw Buaben Asamoa
A legal practitioner and one of the most persuasive and respected communicators of the NPP, this will be the second attempt by Mr Buaben Asamoa is making attempt at the General Secretary position of the party after his first bid in 2009.
Before that, YB served as Spokesperson to the late Vice President Alhaji Aliu Mahama.
The aspirant believes he has worked a lot for the party and gained considerable experience to be considered for the General Secretary position.
His core message to the party delegates is “unity to protect the ballots” so that there will be no need to go to the Supreme Court again to challenge results as it happened after the 2012 general elections.
Mr Buaben Asamoa was the initiator and co-founder of Ghana Integrity Initiative and Ghana Anti-corruption Coalition, and also served as consultant to the National Governance Programme in the Office of the President.
He was a convenor of the Danquah/Busia Club on Legon Campus, became the first Secretary of the NPP on Legon Campus, and was a youth representative on the inter-party Joint Action Committee formed after the 1992 general elections.
The one-time deputy minister for Local Government, and later Interior, in the erstwhile Kufuor-led NPP administration, was the first person to launch his “ALERT AND WIN” campaign for the General Secretary position of the NPP.
The thrust of the ‘Alert and Win’ mantra is that it would take extreme alertness and vigilance on the part of the NPP to win the 2016 elections.
The aspiring General Secretary believes the NPP lost both the 2008 and 2012 elections “for lack of alertness.”
“When you look at our track record in office, there was no conceivable reason why for the good of Ghana our party should lose Election 2008 but so painfully we saw power slip from our hands, with less than 40,000 votes, for lack of alertness,” he noted.
Even though some people see him as the obvious underdog in the contest, the retired Army Captain says he is the man to beat for the position.