Mr Eddie Teye, Founder and Leader of the Danquah-Busia Foot Soldiers Welfare Association (D-BFOSWA), has underscored the need for members to work hard to ensure resounding victory for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) on December 7, 2008.
Ghanaians, he said, should also endeavour to preach about peace and unity, so as to make the upcoming elections very peaceful.
Mr Teye made the call at a meeting in Accra on Friday to take stock of the Association's activities and to chart a new way forward.
He assured dedicated and selfless members, who had toiled for the party that they would be rewarded, and urged them to continue to give of their best.
The leader said the Danquah-Busia tradition is firmly rooted on the ground and reiterated the association's commitment to continue to promote the course of the NPP.
He invited non-members to join the Association saying the door of the D-BFOSWA is open as well as those who want to see NPP and Ghana as a whole develop in unity.
Mr Teye said as someone, who believed in the destiny of this country, Nana Akufo-Addo deserved the unflinching support of members and supporters of the NPP to win the December polls.
He warned Ghanaians to be wary of detractors, who claimed to be devoted members of D-BFOSWA but are not. He said such people went about using the association's letter heads for selfish gains.