LET’S NOT BE GUIDED BY THE NPP ANTICS– Osei Tutu urged NDC Delegates

     Hon Nana Osei Tutu

Deputy Communication Officer aspirant for the Greater Accra Region of the National Democratic Congress(NDC), Nana Osei Tutu, has advised his party delegates and members not to imitate the New Patriotic Party (NPP) political antics but focus on persons who could deliver good works.

According to him, any mistake by voting for people based on who the Npp elected in their just ended Congress, would be a disaster for the party.

Nana Osei Tutu, made these observation when he addressed a cross section of delegates in the Greater Accra Region to announce his intention to contest for the position of a Deputy Regional communication officer.

He said there are suggestions among some party faithful to the effect that people at Regional and National offices should either be maintained or kicked out based on what happened within the NPP in their recent delegates congress .

“As an aspirant I listen to several opinions. Some are of the view that, we clear all the old executives, other are view that we maintain some and all whst have you.

” I agree we need to be guided by their elections but we are from two different political ideological backgrounds and do things differently so those suggestions must be critically examined,” he stated.

The NDC communication aspirant underscored the need for the party members to be wary of NPP antics as they could over do things at the detriment of national interest.

Nana Tutu pointed that, the mistakes committed by the NDC, coupled with the lies told by the NPP which eventually brought them to power is not worth imitating.

“If the NPP retained or voted out certain people in their party because of the 2016 victory, that is their own problem. We are not of the same political ideology,” he stated.

Otumfuo, as he is affectionately called also appealed to all other contestants to do clean campaign and put the party first.

He later told THE REPUBLIC , he is joining the communication race in the region because, he believed there is a gab between the party and the people of the region on work done by the NDC and the future plans.

He said, he is to articulate the the developmental projects embarked by the party and why the need for the electorates to give NDC the mandate in 2020.

Source: therepublicnews online.com/Felix Engsalige Nyaaba

The Republic News Online

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