I’m confident NPP’ll break the 8, Ghanaians will renew our mandate in 2024 – Dame

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Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah Dame has said that he is confident his party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will break the 8-year electoral cycle in the 2024 general elections.

In his view, this is due to the good performance of the government in developing and transforming he country.

Speaking in an interview with TV3’s Roland Walker at the Accra Sports Stadium where the NPP are having their delegates conference to elect new national executives on Saturday July 16, he said “I am saying that we have never seen, since independence, this kind of development. Even in my own sector, you can see the transformation and the development we have made in good governance and all.

“That clearly shows that the party is capable of transforming the fortunes of the country and I am very confident that in 2024 the people of Ghana we will renew the mandate that they gave to us and we will break the 8.”

Outgoing National Organiser of the NPP Sammi Awuku also described elections of new party executives as “crucial”.

In hs view it is an utmost exercise to prepare a machinery to win the 2024 general elections.

Speaking to TV3‘s Komla Adom at the Accra Sports Stadium, the Chief Executive Officer of the National Lottery Authority (NLA) insisted that the party will emerge victorious after the Conference.

“This election is crucial because it offers the party an opportunity for us to also prepare the machinery towards elections and victory 2024 and I have no doubt in my mind that the New Patriotic Party will come out stringy and victorious today,” he said on Saturday, July 16.

Mr Awuku is one of the executives who will not stand for re-election.

From the National Youth Organiser, Sammi Awuku was elected in 2018 as the National Organiser.

He shied from sticking his neck out to endorse any of the National Organiser aspirants.

“I’m supposed to help organise the ground and be impartial as well.

“I have worked with colleagues and I wish them well.”

By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana

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