NDC GA Vice Chair Race: Chief Billey represents a paradigm shift

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Chief Billey M. Tahiru, a Procurement specialist and a National Democratic Congress (NDC) Greater Accra Region Vice Chairman hopeful says the party needs a paradigm shift to win election 2020 in the region.

According to him, the NDC in the region needs research and communication teams to function effectively.

Chief Billey, as he is affectionately called, says the grassroots have made him to fully understand that a lot is needed to be done to ensure information get to them.

The Vice Chair hopeful noted that the 34 constituencies in the Greater Accra Region have their peculiar and unique demands which he thinks should be tackled differently to strengthen them.

He said with him as the next vice chairman for the region, he would insist different policies go to different constituencies based on their different needs and demands.

Chief Belley explained further that the dynamics of Weija-Gbewe constituency with number of branches is far different from that of Sege, Dangme West with their number of branches, and so are other constituencies across the region.

“When I am elected the next Vice Chairman for the region, I promise, research would be conducted to ensure correct distribution of logistics and other things are for the NDC to look more attractive from now into election 2020,” he stated.

In a related development, the Greater Accra Regional NDC Vice chairman hopeful, Billey M. Tahiru, said the mistakes of the current regional executives should serve as a guide to the incoming new executives after September 1, 2018.

He also said a befitting regional office needs to be secured to run a transforming agenda that would help in snatching power from the failed NPP government.

Source: Elikplim K. Awuyeh

 

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