The 2020 Parliamentary Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the Lower West Akyem Constituency in the Eastern Region, Mr. Charles Acheampong has sent an SOS message to all the parliamentary aspirants who were defeated in the just ended parliamentary primaries to join the his campaign trail to garner more voters come December 7, 2020 to consolidate the party’s win.
According to him, they need to work together to beat their common opponent which is the largest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the forthcoming December 7th presidential and parliamentary elections.
The 2020 Parliamentary Candidate of the ruling NPP who made the appeal through a statement issued and signed by his team and copied to the media also urged all defeated aspirants and their followers to put the past behind them and work together as one big family.
Portion of the statement read “I have put everything that sought to divide us before, during and after the primaries behind me, and I am willing and ready to forge ahead with you all to secure victory for the NPP.
Let us work as one united family to convince the people of Lower West Akyem Constituency to give NPP another term to serve.”
Mr. Acheampong however, assured the good people of Lower West Akyem that he will do more to change the face in all sectors of governance -education, infrastructure, health, agriculture, Sports, ICT among others in Lower West Akyem Constituency in the next four years when elected as the Member of Parliament.
He also used the opportunity to thank Nananom and the elders of Lower West Akyem Traditional area for allowing them (NPP) to campaign on their land, his campaign team for their commitment and strategies, leadership of the party, local Council of Churches, the Muslim Council, and all who went beyond the normal call, and supported to make his victory possible.
“On this note, let me also kindly remind ourselves to observe all the safety protocols guidelines issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and government in fighting the deadly disease coronavirus.
Let’s wash our hands under running water, put on our face masks anytime we are going out, practice social distancing and always having our hand sanitizers on us. We should not go out, if it’s unnecessary.” Mr. Acheampong said.
Story: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH