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It’s the NDC’s duty to rescue Ghana – Prof Alabi calls for party unity



Stalwart of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Professor Joshua Alabi has called for unity in the NDC after its regional elections.

He said that there was a need for the NDC to look beyond the elections and unite so that they can rescue the country by winning power from the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2024 General Elections.

Prof Alabi who has previously sought to lead the party noted that posterity has put a duty on the NDC to rescue Ghana from the prevailing economic challenges.

“There certainly were some heated points where some aspirants might have out of enthusiasm and exuberance, gone overboard by their actions or inactions. There certainly evolved some camps and factions. There were spots of disagreements and pockets of differences. But today, all must end.

The successful end to these elections spells the end of the factions, camps, and groups. Let us all rally under the umbrella as one family knitted closely together by our resolve to rescue this great nation of Ghana from the state we have today,” he admonished.

He also advised members to be wary of how they carry themselves about since their actions or inactions impact the party.

“Let us not forget that as leaders, our actions portray the image, character, and soul of our Great NDC. It is a call to duty. It is a call to service. Your election into office should reinforce those attributes that carried you to victory,” he argued.

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The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has just concluded the election of its regional executives. Election of national executives is next.

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