Let’s Remain Calm And Resolute In Our Quest For A DCE For Bole District
I would have wished to address you in a happier moment than this rather bizarre moment.
That notwithstanding, let me use this opportunity to thank our gallant men and women in the Bole-Bamboi NPP youth wing for contributing their quota towards the Party’s victory.
Over the weeks, accusations and counter – accusations have been traded between a section of the youth in Bole and some of the NPP constituency executives over the alleged endorsement of a candidate for the post of DCE in the Bole district by the Constituency Chairman and Secretary.
In as much as I do not and will not encourage these open accusations and counter-accusations, I equally believe, such happenings are not barred by law and also are not strange during periods for political appointments. My only problem is the manner in which the issue is being handled by both sides.
To my youth, we have all in one way or the made mistakes and offended one another, let’s let it go. Every one of us, has an interest, but we must above all, also remember to put the constituency’s interest first. We are one people, different tribes but with a common purpose which is the NPP. NPP, like all the other parties, have structures responsible for handling all of its issues. Let us at this point remain calm and resolute as we use the appropriate medium to address our grievances.
Finally, to our elders, and to my fellow constituency executives, you must know, that loyalty has a breaking point and that starts when mistrust sets in. On behalf of the Youth Wing, a let us all leave the past in the past, and make room for transparency and fairness to prevail and grant an equal opportunity to all candidates interested in the post of District Chief Executive in the Bole district . Let us also allow the appropriate appointing body to do its job without any influence and together rally behind H.E Nana Addo to make Ghana a better place.
Long Live NPP.
Ernest Agyapong Koobeeja
Reg. Youth Organizer.
Constituency executives (Bole-Bamboi).