In the last three (3) decades, the New Patriotic Party, has seen a plethora of events unfolding – its establishment, struggles, quest to achieve political power for the first time, being in opposition for eight (8) years, and coming back into office for the past six (6) years.
In the midst of all of this, the Party can take stock of its accomplishments, flaws, and future prospects.
Unquestionably, a greater number of Ghanaians continue to believe in the New Patriotic Party as the party that can enable the country achieve its desired growth and development, despite the current challenges we are all facing as a result of the unfortunate ripple effects from the global pandemic, which is not only specific to Ghana but also countries all over the world.
As Party members, it is imperative that we “hold together and work together,” as the theme of the most recent national Conference was astutely captured.
I share with Osibisa in the famous song, Woyaya: “It will be hard we know, and the road will be muddy and rough..but we’ll get there.. Heaven knows how we will get there..”
Let us eschew bitterness, avarice, pride and factionalism.. Let us unite and fight for a common goal – attaining a better Ghana through “development in freedom.”
It is by so doing that we can continuously foster growth and development for ourselves and the good people of Ghana.
Long alive NPP
Long alive Ghana 🇬🇭
Hon. Stephen Asamoah-Boateng (ASABEEE)