Mr Sam Atsu Forson Alornyo, the parliamentary candidate of the Democratic Congress (NDC)in the Amasaman constituency has called for total unity among the party’s teeming faithfuls, supporters and sympathizers in Amasaman so to recapture political power .
Mr Alornyo called for discipline, peace and tranquility in the forthcoming constituency elections which was injunctioned for some reasons to help sustain the Unity in the Amasaman constituency to assist NDC to take back the Amasaman seat.
According to him, it is only unity and togetherness that would made possible to help the amasaman NDC to organize itself well ahead of 2024 polls to rescue the constituency as well as the country from the hands of clueless Akuffo Addo led administration.
Mr Alornyo made the comments at the backdrop where some unknown people took the law in their own hands to ransacked Amasaman constituency party office for the reasons best known to them.
He further stressed that, the matter has been handed to the police and investigation had begun to fish out the perpetrators to face the full rigors of the law.
Mr Alornyo , therefore, called on the NDC fanatics to go the grounds and work for Amasaman constituency by throwing their support for him because the NDC has the mandate to recapture political power in election 2024 to restore the Ghanaian dignity, good governance, and put in pro-poor policies to alleviate the country from economic woes.
He charged party officers at various levels to frequently visit branches and urged delegates to vote for him massively as it would be the maiden step in winning the Amasaman seat for the umbrella fraternity.
He, therefore, called on all party sympathisers to participate in the reorganisation process of Amasaman constituency for peace and tranquility to prevail and travial.
He explained that the NDC party needed to honour people who have served the party at various stages stressing that such gestures would energize other members to also put in their best to help the party mobilize its members to work hard for electoral victory in 2024.
By Lawrence Odoom/Otixpres.com