JOSHUA ALABI TEAM CALLS FOR FAIRNESS

The campaign team of Prof Joshua Alabi has called on leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to be fair to all aspirants.

They pointed out that the leaders of the party should work to exude confidence in the process to elicit the trust of all stakeholders.

The campaign team also urged leadership to ensure that the playing of individual aspirants’ songs at the party’s programmes is not encouraged.

They noted that playing of individual aspirants’ songs instead of the party’s songs at programmes gives undue advantage to some of the aspirants at the expense of others.

At a press conference, the leader of  Team Alabi, Lawyer Victor Adawudu said not all the aspirants have songs and even if all of them have, it will be difficult to play them one-by-one at the party’s programmes, hence the need to limit the songs to those of the party’s.

Prof. Joshua Alabi, he mentioned, is the man to lead the party to victory in 2020 and that the team has been meeting with the grassroots in the various regions to sell their message to them.

Professor Alabi, he said, has received massive and humbling support from across the country.

Mr. Adawudu called for unity within the party to ensure the party’s victory in the 2020 general elections.

According to him, they expect the elected leadership not to allow the process to be hijacked by persons for their parochial interest.

The actions and in-actions of the elected leaders, he said, will either foster unity and social cohesion or otherwise, saying actions such as attacks and insults of aspirants and elders of the party will derail the efforts of the party in securing victory in the 2020 elections.

By William Sarpong

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