Sammi Awuku, the national organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has urged supporters of the governing party not to allow their opponents to define what they do.
The director general of the National Lottery Authority (NLA) urged supporters of the party to be proactive in their campaign for victory in the 2024 elections.
Speaking at the national TESCON conference in Kasoa, in the Central Region on Thursday (7 April), Awuku said the government “has moved the nation from the shackles of poverty we inherited from the John Mahama administration onto the path of progress and prosperity.”
He said, “In 2024, it’s important that we tell ourselves from today that we own the campaign and the victory for 2024. So let’s move away from allowing our opponents to define us and set the narrative. Let’s move away from people calling you to ask you if you are listening to this radio station or watching this TV.
“Our government, we’ve done enough, but the biggest obstacle between us and 2024 is how we shape the narrative for victory in 2024. I want to appeal to your conscience, emotions and what we do; let’s not leave the project for just President Akufo-Addo. Let’s own the project ourselves.”
“I am happy that the National Youth Wing and the Danquah Institute decided to give us this platform. As we see each other and shale hands, I want to encourage you; from today, let the narrative be different,” he said.