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NPP Japan branch hails aspirants and delegates on a successful election


The New Patriotic Party, Japan branch, wish to congratulate all aspirants and delegates for successfully holding a smooth parliamentary election across the 168 constituencies. 


We congratulate all aspiring parliamentary candidates who were successful in their   bid   to   represent   the   party   in   the   fourth   coming   presidential   and parliamentary elections slated for December, 2020.


We equally congratulate those who were unsuccessful in their bid and wish them a better luck next time.


The NPP Japan branch hopes that all loosing aspirants would rally behind the party’s   elected   candidates   for   a   sounding   victory   in   the   December,   2020 elections.


The branch urges all members to commit themselves to run a peaceful, cleaned decent campaign and not go in contrary to the democratic principles of engagement.


On   this   note,   we   are   calling   on   the   opposition   parties   to   make   these commitments to ensure a peaceful election for the love of God and Ghana.


With the visible and gargantuan achievements   by   the Nana   Addo-Bawumia government in all sectors, regions, municipalities/districts of the country, we are more than confident that the good people of Ghana will not only retain the government but rather vote massively to continue the good work of the NPP government.


4 more for Nana!

4 more to do more!


Issued and signed by


Kwaku Adu(Ag. Communications Director, NPP-Japan branch)


Source: Thepressradio.com/Ghana/Obeng Boateng

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