As the New Patriotic Party (NPP) gears up for the 2024 election, the former 2020 parliamentary candidate for the Suaman constituency in the Western North Region, Frederick Addy, has emphasized the paramount importance of unity within the party. Mr. Addy made this appeal during the process of picking and filing his nomination forms to contest in the upcoming NPP parliamentary primaries, vying to represent the party in the 2024 elections.
The filing of the nomination forms provided an opportunity for party members, friends, and supporters to come together in support of Mr. Addy. A jubilant fanfare ensued after the completion of the nomination process, demonstrating the enthusiasm surrounding his candidacy.
In an interview, Mr. Addy underscored the significance of unity in securing victory for the NPP in the Suaman constituency. He called upon party members to set aside their differences and stand united, particularly in light of the lessons learned from the 2020 elections, where they faced a regrettable defeat.
Expressing optimism for the future, Mr. Addy firmly believed that with a unified front, the NPP would be able to achieve an unprecedented parliamentary victory in the history of the Suaman constituency.
Moreover, the aspiring politician urged party supporters to refrain from engaging in tribal politics and resorting to insults. Instead, he urged them to focus on constructive dialogue and demonstrate to the party delegates why he is the best candidate to lead the party and secure the parliamentary seat for the NPP.
The NPP primaries promise to be an important milestone in the party’s journey towards the 2024 elections. With the call for unity echoing loudly from their parliamentary candidate, the NPP faces the challenge of consolidating its ranks and presenting a united front to the electorate in Suaman constituency. The outcome of these primaries will significantly impact the party’s prospects in the forthcoming election, and party members eagerly anticipate witnessing a harmonious and competitive selection process.