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14.07.2004 NPP News

Jomoro NPP elects Parliamentary candidate

By GNA

Ncelenu (W/R), July 14, GNA - Mr Peter Mac Manu, Western Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has said the Party would engage in a peaceful campaign to win the 2004 General Election peaceful. He was speaking after the election of Mr Anthony Ransford Tandoh, a 52-year senior manager of the Jomoro Rural Bank, as the NPP Parliamentary candidate for the Jomoro seat at a constituency delegates' conference at Ncelenu near Half Assini.

Mr Manu called on party supporters to be disciplined and work hard so that the Party could regain power to enable it continue with its good works.

He urged members of NPP to be committed to the ideals of the party and respect its constitution and structures.

Mr Manu said the party would not engage government officials for its electoral campaign but would rely on its polling agents to get to the people at the grassroots.

Mr Tandoh defeated Mr Joseph Whajah, a teacher, by 88 to 73 votes in the election supervised by the Electoral Commission. 14 July 04

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