The National Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Laud Commey, has said that the party will provide a level playing field for all aspiring parliamentary candidates of the party during the vetting exercise.
He said the NPP would never discriminate against candidates or play any tricks during the exercise. Mr Commey said this at a ceremony to vet the party's aspiring parliamentary candidates in the Western Region in Takoradi yesterday.
He stressed that the NPP would be fair and abide strictly by the constitution of the party during the exercise. He pointed out that the party remained focused, stressing that the party would come out of the vetting exercise as a formidable team which was poised to win the December election.
According to Mr Commey, the NPP would win a minimum of 170 seats during the general elections.He,therefore, called for discipline and co-operation among the activist to achieve this target.He urged members and supporters of the NPP to strive to win all floating voters and encourage those who were sitting on the fence to join the “great NPP family”.
Mr Commey further expressed concern about the seeming divisions in various constituencies and, therefore, stressed the need for a friendly atmosphere in order to move the party forward.He said the NDC has lost the December elections in advance.
The Regional Chairman of the NPP, Mr Peter Mac Manu, charged members to abide by the rules and regulations of the party.He said the NPP required candidates with proven conduct who could lead the party to victory.He reiterated that the party would win 20 out of the 22 seats in the region.