Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe ‘storms’ Addai-Nimoh’s campaign launch

A founding father of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Dr Nyaho Nyaho-Tamkaloe on Wednesday, February 1 stormed the campaign launch of Francis Addai-Nimoh who has officially declared his intention to contest for the NPP flagbearer position ahead of the 2024 general elections.

Dr Nyaho-Tamakloe said he was at the event as a founding member of the NPP.

“Once again, we have come to the rank and file of our Party – the New Patriotic Party – to solicit their votes in the leadership race of the Party. The contestants are many, and they will come with promises, some of which are unrealistic. It is noteworthy that, at a meeting with the outgoing German Ambassador in Ghana at the Osu Castle during his first term in office, President Kufuor willingly disabused Ghanaians of the promises he had made during the campaign prior to the December 7, 2000 elections. He said: ‘the campaign platform promises cannot be fulfilled when you are in office because, oftentimes, you are emotionally charged; but the reality when in office and confronted with the myriad of
problems against the limited resources available calls for an immediate rethinking of the promises made during the campaign’.

“This singular act of matured leadership made President Kufuor focus on the new path of policy direction that guided the programmes he undertook throughout his presidency; a rare display of integrity, professionalism and accountability in governance.”

Mr Addai-Nimoh for his part asked the leadership of the party to give equal opportunities to all delegates to elect who to lead as flagbearer for the 2024 general elections.

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Launching his campaign on Wednesday, February 1, the former Member of Parliament for Mampong said the NPP requires a new face to be the flagbearer.

“The circumstances of our party require a new face as the next presidential candidate, I am the new face to win the 2023 flagbearer elections. A new face must have an unblemished character.

“A face that represents a genuine movement that provides hope to those members who may have been disgruntled,” he said.

By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana


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