Its your hard work that’ll bring NDC back to power – Asiedu Nketiah Jnr to NDC youth

The Vice Chairman of the National Youth Working Committee of the opposition NDC, Dr Nana Kwaku Asiedu Nketiah Jnr has admonished the youth of the party to work hard to win more members to the umbrella family.

Speaking at the inauguration of the Kintampo youth working committee of the NDC, in the Kintampo North Constituency, Dr Nketiah Jnr was emphatic that the party’s strength lies in the bosom of its youth and stressed that without their support, the NDC cannot return to power.

Describing the group of youngsters as the backbone of the party, he said the effort they will put in propagating the policies of the NDC to the undecided electorates will determine whether the party, led by H.E John Mahama, will return to power or not.

“We have to work hard and sell the NDC and H.E John Mahama’s message of hope to the people so they can join us and bring the party back to power to save this country from the hands of the insensitive NPP government,” stated Dr Nketiah Jnr in Akan.

Dr. Nana Kwaku Asiedu Nketiah Jnr,  together with National Youth Wing Leadership of the NDC, led by George Opare Addo, encouraged the young people to be part of all party engagements ahead of the 2024 general elections.

Urging them to mobilise youthful votes for H.E. John Mahama and his Running Mate, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang, Dr Nketiah Jnr called on the youth wing to work harder to achieve the targets set for the constituency.

He equally appealed to all party faithfuls present at the event to collaborate with their MP, Hon. Kwame Kumah, to maximise the votes margins.

The youth leader also assured that the national youth wing had acquired projectors that will be shared to all constituencies to help communicate the policies and track records of their flag bearer, John Mahama and the NDC as a whole to the public.

According to him, the campaign team is expected to use same projectors to expose the lies and failures of the Akufo-Addo/Bawumia government.

He emphasised that the NDC’s manifesto has a number of policies that will create sustainable jobs for the youth under the next John Mahama administration.

The National Youth Organiser of the NDC, George Opare Addo, equally reiterated his support for the cause and urged the youth to be involved in the party’s campaign activities, especially the ‘door to door’ campaign ahead of the national polls.

Some youth leaders who were present at the event were Mr Okai Mintah, the chairman of the NDC national youth working committee, Anas Suwari and other Bono East Regional Executives of the NDC.



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