When the National Democratic Congress won the Greater Accra region in the 2020 Presidential election, it came as a big shock to Ghanaians. Many people predicted that once the NDC had won Greater Accra, then it is a done deal for them. The aftermath of the election in the NPP was characterized by blame games amongst party heads. The former parliamentary candidate for the Kpone Katamanso constituency, Hopeson Adorye, was amongst the few who blamed the Greater Accra Regional Chairman for that loss.
Today, he campaigned heavily for some seven people for different regional executive portfolios. He believed that these seven people are the ones who when voted for, will bring back the 7 seats which the New Patriotic Party had lost in the Greater Accra region. Also, he was of the assertion that a vote for these guys will help the New Patriotic Party win Greater Accra and further Break The Eight. Check out the seven aspirants.
1.Alfred Boye for Greater Accra Regional Chairman
2. Joana Frances Adda for 1st Vice Chairperson
3. Odarlai Parker for Greater Accra Regional Secretary
4. Moses Abor for Greater Accra Youth Organizer
5.Prince Obeng for Greater Accra Organizer
6.Baba Seidu Greater Accra Regional Deputy Secretary.
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