DFP Members Urged To Be Civil In Their Campaign
The Deputy General Secretary for Finance and Administration of the Democratic Freedom Party (DFP), Mr John Emika, has appealed to members and supporters of the party not to use provocative and abusive language against their opponents.
He said they should rather tolerate the views of members of other parties and also work in line with the party's principles to help build a strong democratic state.
Mr Emika was addressing members of the Breman Asikuma branch of the party at a meeting at Breman Asikuma.
Among those present were Ms Gifty Annah Mensah, Central Regional Women Organiser and Nana Nelson Aneafi, an executive member of the Central Regional branch of the party.
Mr Emika said the party had put in place strategies and policies to ensure that its grass root structures functioned effectively because they formed the bedrock of the party.
He said both the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) had failed the nation after Ghanaians had given them the mandate to rule and, therefore, urged Ghanaians to vote the DFP into power during the 2008 general elections.
Mr Emika in this regard urged members of the party to work hard and propagate the objectives and good intentions of the party to the public to enable more people join the DFP.
He described the DFP as the "the saviour of the people” and added that the party would respect the right of every citizen and also not be characterised by any form of intimidation, harassment, violence and political vendetta when it was given the chance to govern the nation.
Mr Emika cautioned members and supporters to remain united and contribute their quota towards the building of the party towards achieving victory in the 2008. — GNA