The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has vowed to win back the Cape Coast North seat it lost to the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2020 election with a marketable candidate.
Constituency Chairman Stephen Kojo Arhin revealed that a Marketable Parliamentary Candidate (PC) will lead the party in the constituency in 2024 to win back the seat.
Mr. Kojo Arhin, known in politics as Wewebi, revealed this to the media shortly after the health walk exercise organized by the Tertiary Education Students Confederation (TESCON) of PNP executives from Cape Coast Technical University.
The health walk drew hundreds of PNP members, both executives from constituencies and the central region, as well as individuals who walked the main streets of Abura and surrounding areas to put on their boots ahead of the 2024 elections.
“Whatever happens, the Cape Coast North nuclear power plant will wrest the parliamentary seat in the 2024 elections. We are presenting new ideas, a new strategy and a new marketable parliamentary candidate who we can easily seat for the NPP,” the executive hinted. of the NPP.
He promised to work tirelessly with his executives and the executives of the Central Region to recover all the lost seats and the presidential victory to help the party break its goal of breaking 8 years.
For his part, the NPP Cape Coast North Constituency Chairman of Trustees, Mr. Horace Ekow Ewusi, called on voters not to add political colors to the health walk as disease has no party colors.
Mr. Ekow Ewusi, former Central Regional Vice President and NPP Cape Coast North constituency funder pledged to donate GHc5,000 each to various TESCON institutions within the constituency, including the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Technical University of Cape Coast (CCTU) and the Training School for Nurses to help the party win back a seat and break the 8 year or two term cycle.
Former Member of Parliament (MP) for the Cape Coast North constituency on the NPP ticket, Madam Barbara Asher Ayisi, who appears to be eyeing the seat again, has charged members of her party to avoid backbiting which she says , are the main challenges they face in the constituency.
“The bigger picture is fighting the opposition NDC and not fighting each other because we can succeed when we stand together as the 2024 election will be crucial. Together we will stand, divided we will fall.” Mrs. Asher Ayisi said.