General News of Tuesday, 30 April 2002
Mr Albert Essuman, Central Region Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has said the party would chalk a massive victory in the 2004 general elections following the confidence the public have in the party since it has been able stabilize the economy and is committed to rule of law.
Mr. Essuman said this on Sunday when he addressed the executive of the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo constituency branch of the party at Kissi. Mr Essuman urged the executive to be dedicated and committed to the party and endeavour to defend the policies of the party at all times.
He said the number of infrastructures put in place by the government so far indicate the government's desire to improve the lot of Ghanaians and asked Ghanaians, irrespective of their party affiliations to contribute their quota to the development of the nation.
Mr. Ebenezer Agyeman Kese, constituency chairman, said the government attaches importance to the forthcoming district assembly elections and asked the party members, especially women to contest the elections in their respective electoral areas. Mr Kwaku Ofori, regional chairman of the party, asked the executive to endeavour to hold periodic meetings to explain government policies to the people.