Mr. Joseph Kobina Ade Coker, the Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is seeking a fourth term in office.
He said the 2024 general elections is crucial and require veterans like him to use their experience to help the party recapture power and win more seats in Parliament.
"I'm coming back again as regional chairman. It's not for vanity's sake, but I want to be in the vanguard of bringing back John Dramani Mahama. It is about knowledge, not money,” he said while speaking at the Pokuase Market after a massive health walk dubbed, "My Polling Station, My Victory 2024," at Pokuase on Saturday, September 24.
He asks members to focus on pushing the agenda of the party and avoid verbal assaults on people’s hard-earned reputations.
“I will entreat my party members to stop the social media warfare in the build-up to our upcoming internal elections so we don't get to destroy people's hard-earned reputations and also not jeopardize the unity we enjoy today,” he said.
He warned that doing so will set the party apart and consequentially affects their zeal to return to power and help save the citizens from hardships inflicted on them by the "fruitless" NPP government.
While engaging the traders at the market centre, he urged them to help unseat the governing NPP come 2024 by voting back former President John Dramani Mahama to build for them a Kejetia Market standard in Pokuasi.