Savannah Region: NDC Extends Gratitude To Aspirants

The Opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC)  in the Savannah Region has expressed its profound gratitude to all participants in the just ended parliamentary primaries in the Region. It says, this is the last lap in the party’s reorganization exercise towards an unimpeded triumphant reentry of H.E. John Dramani Mahama to the Jubilee House and the recapture of NDC Parliamentary Majority come December 2020.

According to a statement signed by its Regional Secretary, Sualisu Be-Awuribe says, despite the Characteristically strong and fears contest, characteristic of any stronghold of a Party as is the case of NDC in the Savannah Region, the campaigns, elections and the eventual declaration of results and the aftermath was not only peaceful, but was hugely free, fair, lovely and credible with all actors playing the game within the confines of the rules and the constitution of the

We therefore call on the outgoing NPP government and other sister Parties in the Region to emulate the shining and demonstrable example set by us NDC, the pace setters, and conduct their upcoming Presidential and Parliamentary Primaries in the Savannah Region, in a similar fashion.

The party reminded all winners, sympathizers and supporters of aspirants that the Primaries are only an internal first step to the consolidation of our seats in the Region. The ultimate goal is the consolidation of our victory come 2020.

To the people of the Savannah Region and beyond, we have given you unmatched leaders, worthy
representatives and ambassadors of the Constituencies and the Nation you can obviously be proud of.

You cannot get any worthy Representation anywhere for Savannah Region better than what we have
carefully chosen for you through a rigorous screening process. Our only appeal to you is for us to deepen
our bond, pour a heavy and massive vote of confidence on them and the transformational development
will continue to flow from the fountain of NDC and its leaders.

Read Full Statement Here:


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