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NPP officials urged to focus on Election 2012

Mr Isaac Osei, New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Subin constituency, has called on the party’s polling station officers to focus and work hard to return the NPP to power in Election 2012.

He advised them not to waste time but to unite and start “an aggressive door-to-door campaign” in their respective areas to win more supporters for the NPP.  Mr Osei, who was interacting with newly elected NPP polling station offices for the constituency in Kumasi, said victory for the party would not come on “a silver platter” and encouraged them to work assiduously to boost NPP’s chances of winning the polls in 2012.

The MP asked the officers to strive to understand Ghana’s political landscape to enable them to employ the right strategies to woo voters for the party. Mr Osei appealed to all polling station chairmen to find out the number of registered voters in their respective stations and to ensure that names of qualified persons appeared on the electoral roll.

He said next year’s Population and Housing Census was crucial to national development and tasked all NPP officials to encourage the people to embrace the exercise. Mr Osei praised NPP members and supporters in the constituency for ensuring peaceful elections of polling station officers.

Mr Kofi Adu, a NPP polling station officer for Subin, pledged that the officers would unite and initiate plans to enable NPP recapture power in 2012.

Source: GBC

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