Leave NPP If You Can’t Obey Party Rules – Ex Party Chair To Members

The former New Patriotic Party (NPP) Constituency Chairman for the Upper Denkyira West Constituency in the Central Region, Appianin Daniel has warned party members who are not ready to obey party rules to leave the party and not remain and litigate unnecessarily.

According to him, nobody was forced to join the party hence if one feels he or she is uncomfortable in the party that person is free to leave rather than stay and cause confusion.

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“…Nobody forced us to be members of the New Patriotic Party, we joined the party ourselves. I’m sure that none amongst us here will ever vote for the NDC party, we love the NPP that’s why we’ve remained members. So if you think you can’t abide by the party’s rules and regulations kindly quit the party, rather than litigate with the party to scuttle our plan and goal of winning the next election in 2024. Even in our own homes we sometimes have misunderstandings but we solve the issues and stay peacefully. Why can’t we do the same in the party? Yes! we can’t have a party without disagreement but we must disagree to agree to make the NPP much stronger.”

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He called for unity among party members to guard against disunity to ensure a resounding victory for the NPP come the general 2024 election.

On his part, the Member of Parliament for Twifu Hemang Lower Denkyira Hon. Bright Wireku Brobey also urged NPP members not to be worried over the economic hardship currently in the country due to the outbreak of COVID-19 as it will soon end thanks to the pragmatic policies and programmes being rolled out by the Akufo-Addo government.

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He said the government is working very hard to ensure the economy bounces back to ease the plight of Ghanaians.



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