A General Secretary aspirant of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has assured party followers of victory in the 2024 polls.
Elvis Afriyie Ankrah says he is committed to ensure that things are put right to enable the party win massively in the 2024 general elections.
He noted that if he is voted as the General Secretary, he would ensure that the NDC becomes the social democratic party it formally was and prioritise the empowerment of every party member for the development of the party.
Mr. Afriyie Ankrah said this during his campaign tour of the Volta Region to seek the mandate of delegates to become the next General Secretary.
He promised to make sure that all constituencies have new and befitting offices to operate in.
He noted that there is the need to rekindle the principles of the founder of the party, the late J.J Rawlings and the former President, the late Prof Evans Atta Mills.
He said there is a need to have a party that is based on modern data analytics, modern communication tools, and has the requisite systems for the collation and transmission of election results.
He promised to build a very solid social democratic party that rivals all other social democrats and democratic parties anywhere, and in order to do that, he said the primary and overarching aim will be to ensure that the NDC wins the 2024 elections.
“So that is the primary foundation and then subsequently create a robust party that is able to identify and reward people that work hard for the party, a party that is able to put in place systems to sustain itself financially,” Elvis Afriyie Ankrah said.
The party’s national executive election is scheduled to take place next month.
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