The Acting National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Freddie Blay over the weekend joined hundreds of party executives and supporters in the Central Region for the annual delegates' conference at Assin Foso in the Assin North Municipality.
The people, who were dressed in party paraphernalia, drummed and danced to the tunes of the party songs.
The conference was on the theme, “Ghana's transformation in progress jobs and prosperity for all.''
Addressing the enthusiastic supporters, Mr Blay stated that about 70% of the party constituency executives under President Akufo-Addo's government have been made Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives due to their hard work.
He therefore urged the party executives to work closely with the government to accomplish it vision.
Mr. Blay expressed concern about the way in which some opposition party members have been lambasting President Akufo-Addo to fix the economy immediately, adding that development is not an overnight task but possible under his administration.
“We need to work hard to make sure to turn things around under our administration, he said.
He added that there would be progress and prosperity in the region under President Akufo-Addo and therefore called for unity and cohesion to build a progressive party in the country.
The Acting National Secretary, John Boadu, re-affirmed government's commitment to working hard to change the economic fundamentals of the country and make it prosperous for all.
Mr. Boadu indicated that the government would improve the livelihood of all Ghanaians by drastically reducing interest rate, inflation and other key economic indicators to make the country the most preferred investment destination in Africa.
He noted that the new economic initiatives and policies introduced by the government were targeted at making the economy robust and resilient, adding that the president would give hope to businesses in Ghana.
He further stated that the government would remain focused in fulfilling its promise to the citizens by improving agriculture, roads, free education, jobs and healthcare system that would ensure that Ghanaians live comfortable.
The Regional Chairman, Robert Kutin, thanked the party executives and supporters for working hard to bring the party to power.
Mr Kutin called for unity among party supporters as they prepare to battle for the 2020 election elections.
Various representatives from the opposition political parties including the Convention Peoples Party (CPP), National Democratic Party (NDP), Progressive People's Party (PPP) and the major opposition party National Democratic Congress (NDC) gave their solidarity messages at the event.
From Joseph Annan, Assin Foso