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Mr. Dominic Eduah, one of the aspirants eyeing the National Youth Organiser position of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has expressed the strongest optimism of securing a 100 percent vote from the delegates tomorrow.
The aspirant, who is the current Deputy Youth Organiser of the party, told The Chronicle in an exclusive interview: “There is no way the Western Region can go against Dominic Eduah. They know me and they know I have been loyal to the party, and this is the time to reward me with the National Youth Organiser position of the party.”
His assertion is based on the fact that he had met all the delegates in the region, and the country as a whole, and that the ground was very fertile for him.
To the candidate, who is also a former Tertiary Students Confederacy (TESCON) President at the then Takoradi Polytechnic now Takoradi Technical University, it is rather the Western Region that is contesting the election and not him, since he comes from the region.
“Adams, honestly, the region does not see Dominic going for an election. But, rather, the region going for an election,” he said.
According to him, the delegates he had met in the region had all pledged to vote for him to become the next National Youth Organiser of the party.
Dominic Eduah and Henry Nana Boakye, popularly known as ‘Nana B,’ are believed to be the two main contenders for the National Youth Organiser position.
A survey carried out by pollster Ben Ephson had predicted that the Deputy Youth Organiser would be elected the National Youth Organiser of the party. That notwithstanding, Dominic Eduah told The Chronicle that his campaign strategy has been that until the last vote was counted, he would not sleep.
“This means we are taking our campaign step by step. We are not jumping,” he said, adding,
“I am coming from a different angle that the real party work is field work and nothing. This is why I am referred to as the Field Marshall.”
Source: Alfred Adams, || The Chronicle, Takoradi