14 December 2012

Ghana: NDC Leadership Commended for Victory

Kumasi — Mr. Baffour Osei-Wusu, a businessman and political analyst, has commended the leadership of the National Democratic (NDC) for the victory in last week's elections.

He attributed to the success to the quality leadership that was demonstrated, which made victory possible.

According to him, the leadership of the party had performed extremely well, after making tireless efforts to ensure that supporters of the party remained resolute and united. He noted that the party had faced so many challenges since assuming in power in 2009, especially when its founder, Jerry John Rawlings, and his wife Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, in one way or the other, attacked the NDC from all directions.

Osei-Wusu said in spite of the formation of the break-away National Democratic Party (NDP), the leadership of the party was able to bring their supporters together for victory, for which, he says, the party deserves commendation.

He appealed to all members of the NDC, especially the national executives, to pursue unity and bring all members on board, and to make sure they remain a united force to make the party a formidable one for subsequent elections.

He expressed excitement about the confidence reposed in the NDC government by the electorate to continue the Better Ghana Agenda started by the late President Prof John Evans Atta Mills, Osei-Wusu called on party faithful to remain calm and be law-abiding as they celebrate victory at the elections.

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