The Nkwanta North Constituency Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Elijah Takrim has postulated that victory for the NPP in the 2024 elections is a will be a great history of the party and Nkwanta North must contribute towards it.
He said the executives in Nkwanta North are not only focusing on breaking the presidential 8 years jinx but also putting up and advance strategy to win the parliamentary election in the constituency.
In an interview with Otixpres.com, Mr Elijah noted the party in 2020 has closed about 9,000 votes and the gap difference is less than 2,000. He believes if they retain their experience and hardworking leaders constituency they will be able to win massively.
Responding to what has contributed to their lost in the 2020 elections, the Constituency chairman hailed the party executives for the work they did in the past elections. He added “it’s a game and and you need to learn from your mistakes.”
Ahead of the internal elections, Mr Elijah Takrim said he believes in all the aspirants and he knows they all want to join the parties main goal.
” All the contestants knows what’s ahead of us and I believe in them that this internal election will not disturb our focus, winning together is the most important this.”
He said petty misunderstanding, backbiting and internal wrangling would only narrow the fortunes of the NPP in 2024, hence the need for the party supporters and delegates to consider and ensure that unifiers and people with excellent human relations were voted to occupy executive positions.
In the chairmanship slot, Mr Elijah has described himself as competent and hardworking with experience from past elections to push the party in the constituency therefore delegates should consider some key factors before the elect their executives.
In his Opinion, Politics is about numbers, and they need young and energetic people who could easily interact with and sell the ideologies and philosophies of the Party to the electorate to persuade and woo floating voters to the party’s victory come 2024.