Some delegates of the of the Greater Accra branch of The New Patriotic Party (NPP), have declared their unflinching support for the current, Regional party Chairman, Divine Agorhom ahead of the regional executive elections.
According to the delegates, Chairman Agorhom is the only candidates who can help the NPP achieve its dream of breaking the 8 and win the 2024 general elections.
The Delegates who have experienced the work of Chairman Agorhom’s regarding his period in office have described him as a political colossus and a grassroots person who always works to alleviate the poor from poverty and marginalisation and knows what it takes to make the NPP more popular in the region.
Addressing the media after accompanying Chairman Divine Agorhom when he picks his form to contest the position again in Accra yesterday, Chairman for the Tema East Constituency, Nene Ofoi Teye Agbadiagba, noted that Chairman Agorhom is a hard working personality who has the NPP at heart than any of his competitors.
“We need a candidate who has identified the shortfalls of the party in the 2020 general elections and is already working to address challenges. We are currently working together to win back all the constituencies we lost in the greater Accra region in the 2020 general elections.
He said the NPP has a brighter chance of winning the 2024 General elections through the able leadership of Chairman Agorhom and other affable leaders.
On his part, the NPP Chairman in the Amasaman Constituency, Mike Ofori Asante, underscored the need for other people hoping to contest Chairman Agorhom to reconsider their decisions for the betterment of the party towards n the 2024 elections.
“Chairman Agorhom is a chairman who has been constantly on the grounds in ensuring that there is unity among all members of the party before and after the 2020 General elections” he disclosed.
Chairman Asante noted that winning an election demands the collective efforts of all stakeholders and stated that Chairman Agorhom cannot be blamed for the NPP’s loss in the 2020 General elections.
By Alex Boye