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Kodua: Nobody will be sidelined under my administration

Justin Kodua Frimpong, the newly-elected general secretary of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has said he is prepared to work with the rank and file of the party to ensure the Elephant family retains power in the 2024 elections.

Kodua staged the biggest upset of the election by beating John Boadu, the incumbent general secretary of the party after polling 2,837 votes. Boadu had 2,524 votes.

Talking to sit-in host of The Asaase Breakfast Show Benjamin Offei-Addo on Monday (18 July), Kodua said: “nobody is going to be sidelined.”

“Every member of our political party will be given the needed recognition and the support and also a role to play and that is the only way that we can “break the 8″,” he said.

Kodua added: “Because we cannot alone as national executives steer the affairs of the party to victory in 2024. Every mind, brain support is needed for us to break the 8, so count on us that on behalf of the national chairman we shall consult everybody.”

He said he will tap into the knowledge of his predecessors to ensure a smooth administration.

“I feel fortunate to have people who are experienced, Dan Botwe, Kwabena Agyapong, Ohene Ntow and John Boadu,” he said. “I will definitely be consulting them from time to time to seek their advice on decisions.”

“And that is the beauty of our internal democracy, making people feel relevant and being appreciated for what they will offer to the party.”

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