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"Be up to task" - NDC charges new National Executives

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has charged its newly sworn-in National Excutives to be up to task and help the party secure power in January 2025.

The party made these remarks during a swearing-in ceremony held at its headquarters in Accra on Wednesday for some staunch members.

Speaking at the event, National Chairman of the NDC party, Johnson Asiedu Nketia said "As new executives,. You have to be up to the task and any plan to resist the will of citizens for a change in government will not be tolerated"

“Comrades, you are rising up today as patrons and the work you are going to do is daunting, but we trust that you will be able to live up to the challenge"

"There is no way you can constitute a governing team that will represent everybody, and we know there are shortcomings in this composition, but we are appealing to our party’s rank and file that this is a call to duty and not an honour"

"Wherever you are, you can find a way to help achieve the same purpose whether you are sworn in today or not.”

Key among the eleven were; Professor Joshua Alabi (Vice Chairman), Dr. Edward Omane Boamah (Director of Elections for the Party), and Edudzi Tamakloe (Director of Legal Affairs).

The NDC party says it is confidence that its newly sworn-in National Excutives will work together and help send the elephant (NPP) back to the bush.

The newly sworn-in National Excutives assured the party that they will deliver as expected and ensure the NDC emerges as winners in the 2024 Presidential and Parliamentary elections.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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