GREATER ACCRA NDC GRANTS PERMISSION FOR GOOSIE TO TALK TO DELEGATES

Augustus Goosie Tanoh was last week granted permission to go round and interact with delegates in the Greater Accra Region by NDC Executives in the region as he seeks their blessings and permission.

He was welcomed into the Regional office by the Greater Accra NDC Regional Chairman Mr. Ade Coker and other Executives.

Mr. Goosie Tanoh disclosed that he has come to ask their permission and to also inform them of his decision to commence official campaign by visiting all delegates in the region ahead of the December 7th Presidential primaries of NDC.

He pledged to conduct a clean campaign on issues base devoid of insults and personal attacks.

The NDC Regional Chairman, Mr. Ade Coker disclosed their commitment to treat and give a level playing field to all aspirants.

“In addition, we would provide equal opportunities to everyone, irrespective of their popularities.”

Mr. Tanoh was accompanied by members of his campaign team as well as some cadres in the NDC party.

Mr. Goosie Tanoh launched his campaign in the Volta Region where he toured the region for 6 days, focusing on meeting branch executives, Constituency and other delegates.

The visit took him to several constituencies including Angloga, Keta, Ketu, Hohoe, Akan and Buem among others in the Volta Region.

He also paid courtesy calls on chiefs and opinion leaders in the constituencies to present himself to them.

The delegates also welcomed him and maintained that Mr. Tanoh is indeed a grassroots person who has kept constant touch with them and wish him well.

Mr. Goosie Tanoh throughout his tour spoke on wide range of issues and promised to provide the electorates competent, principled and accountable leadership when elected as the party’s leader.

He charged delegates not to sell their votes and not to also allow themselves to be corrupted so that they can choose leaders who are not corrupt.

Mr. Tanoh urged delegates not to mortgage their children’s future for pittance and remain focus in the face of inducement.

By William Sarpong

 

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