The national chairman hopeful of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Stephen Ntim, has given assurance to delegates of the party that all internal disputes arising out of the various elections held would be resolved if he wins.
Speaking to the delegates in the Western North, Western and Central regions as part of his “Time Aso to Break the 8” campaign, Ntim emphasised that he is not oblivious to the rancorous and acrimonious exchanges and events which characterised the elections held at the constituency and regional levels and would take steps to deal with them.
“I will make sure all internal disputes in some constituencies are resolved in the first 100 days in office as national chairman,” Ntim said.
“For us to be able to break the 8, we need to present a united front going into the 2024 elections. A house divided against itself cannot stand, so it is imperative that we iron out all our differences,” he added.
Ntim is on a nationwide campaign tour to sell his message of hope to the delegates of the NPP delegates.
“My resolve to always avail myself to be elected as the national chairman of the party emanates from my belief that the fast movement of our development and success as a country requires an NPP government and an overwhelming parliamentary majority,” Ntim said in an earlier statement.
“My campaign will focus on strengthening the party, creating equitable opportunities for all members and rewarding loyalty and hard work.”
“My prayer is that you, our cherished delegates, will find favour in my loyalty to our great party and demonstrable leadership qualities required to break the 8 and elect me as your next National Chairman”.