Politics of Tuesday, 1 August 2017
National Nasara Coordinator of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kamal-Deen Abdulai has said he represents the face of the party’s youth and has what it takes to fight their course in the future.
Mr Kamal-Deen who is gunning for the party’s National Youth Organiser has observed that the party’s youth need an individual who understand their situation and willing to champion their course to lead them.
He said it is therefore not surprising that many have personally commended him for offering himself to fight their course by accepting to lead them when the party goes to congress in the future.
“I must confess that I am overwhelmed by the support I have received by the youth of the party who have endorsed my decision to move from the Nasara wing to the youth wing of the party. I believe my decision to contest as Youth Organiser of the party will not be in vain”, he disclosed.
The aspirant however underscored the significance of party unity in order to strengthen the party for future elections noting that it remains one of the cardinal principles to win it power in 2020.
There seems to be serious lobbying for the position ever since the current National Youth Organiser, Sammie Awuku hinted he was giving up the post for a bigger one.
Mr. Awuku is set to contest for the position of National Organiser of the party, a post currently being occupied by John Boadu who is also seeking to be confirmed as General Secretary of the party.
Lots of candidates, lots of interest and lots of energy are being showcased on social media to garner support. Even before the National Executive Committee could come up with election timetable, there is seeming mad rush to succeed and replace Awuku including persons like Dominic Kwesi Eduah, Nana Poku Frefre, Kwame Baffoe, Nana Boakye, Sampson K. Nimako and Kamal-Deen Abdulai.