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“weigh the competencies of all aspirants”, Nana Asare Bediako Tells Delegates, Assures NPP Possible Breaking 8

Mr. Asare Bediako, a Former Asokwa Constituency Chairman of the New Patriotic Party(NPP) has assured the elephant fraternity in the Ashanti region, the party is making every ultimate effort win power in the 2024 general elections.

According to him Npp is the only political party that has the country at heart and can transform the destiny Ghana. He therefore warned the party against making the ‘Breaking the 8’ agenda a mere talk shop but rather preach, make Ghanaians know the good work and policies of NPP administration.

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He indicates that the agenda if achievable would require persons of a certain pedigree to lead and anchor this agenda into reality.

Nana Asare Bediako who hopes to become the next Regional Chairman of the NPP in an interview with Kumasi-based Oyerepa Breakfast Show hosted by Nana Mensah Joel on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, and monitored by heroesghnews, said delegates should weigh the competencies of all aspirants.

“Supporters of the NPP in the Region should weigh the competencies of all the aspirants in order to choose the best for the region.

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The progress of the NPP in the region should be the prime objective of all supporters.

Breaking the 8, Breaking the 8 should not just be a talk shop. We need proper arrangements in order to be able to break the 8. That is all I am pleading with our supporters in the Region”, he urged.

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