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19.06.2014 Press Release

NPP Regional Chairmen Must Give Us A Break

By Sympathizers Of Nana Addo (SONA)
NPP Regional Chairmen Must Give Us A Break
LISTEN JUN 19, 2014

Our attention has been drawn to a release made by the regional chairmen of the new patriotic party. We the sympathizers of Nana Akufo-Addo (SONA) believe that Nana Addo has been thoroughly marketed and he will win the flag-bearership race any day, any time.

We totally condemn the actions of the 10 regional chairmen as their actions goes against the constitution. What prevented them from channelling their grievances to the proper authorities?

It is appropriate for us to solve the fundamental problems in our party rather than placing all our efforts in the flag-bearer race. We believe Nana Addo has won the race already so this call for an early congress is irrelevant.

This novelty gives a rise to a number of questions, perplexities and doubts in terms of practice and theory.

Although thunder is good and impressive, it is lightning that gets the job done. We urge the regional chairmen to maintain the highest standards by helping the national executives to work according to the constitution. Are the respective chairmen not members of both NEC National Council? Was the media the appropriate platform for their grievances? The NPP constitution states emphatically that, the flag-bearer elections must be held two years before the General elections.

We were therefore surprised to see the Sun shining at midnight when we heard the supposed release. We believe strongly in Nana Addo so we don't want their actions to attract enemies for Nana Addo. This action of the chairmen seem pregnant to the contrary to the party's constitution. We urge them to come out and apologize to the good members of the New Patriotic Party.

We the sympathizers of Nana Addo (SONA) cannot afford the luxury of allowing a few people to deplete the mandate of our national executives.

The regional chairmen must build a reservoir of goodwill by placing the interest of the party above their own.

Long live SONA,
Long live NPP,
Long live Ghana.

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