Joseph Kwaku Adjei

Joseph Kwaku Adjei

The former president of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), Joseph Kwaku Adjei has joined the race for the Brong Ahafo Regional chairmanship slot of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). 

Declaring his intention over weekend at Berekum, his hometown, Mr. Kwaku Adjei said the time has come for him to be at the forefront in the battle against the NDC in the region.

Mr. Kwaku Adjei, the former headmaster of Nkoranza Seniour High School, Badu Seniour High School and Assistant Headmaster of Sunyani High School, told the media that he would introduce new innovations and tactics to enable the emerge victorious in 2016.

The massive development brought to the doorsteps of the people of Brong Ahafo Region was enough to have made the party emerge victorious in 2012 but sadly lack of vigilance led to the NDC winning the region in a rather suspicious way, he indicated.

Touching on the upcoming polling station executive elections, Mr. Adjei said sympathizers of the party should get involved because the 2016 general election would either be won or lost at the polling station level.

He charged teachers and other intellectuals to pick forms and register for the polling station executive elections.

He appealed to the current polling station executives, who are too old and weak, to stand aside for new and vibrant polling station agents.

According to him, one must leave the stage when the ovation is loud.

?You have played your roles very well and must allow new and vibrant polling station agents to handle the baton.

Mr. Adjei called on the aspirants to adopt decent strategizes for the campaign in order not to mar the beauty of democracy.

He said at the end of the day all contestants would mount the same platform to campaign for the party and so they should mind their language when they go out there to solicit votes.

Mr. Adjei, who was a board member of the Ghana News Agency (GNA), called on the media to be circumspect in their reportage during the campaign because any adverse report on a particular candidate would open the floodgates for others to retaliate and disturb the peace that the party is enjoying in the region.

He also spoke extensively against factionalism, which is gradually creeping into the party in the region.

The party is supreme and as such no individual is above it, according to him.

FROM Eric Bawah, Berekum


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