Leadership of the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP led by its National Chairman Freddie Blay have hinted on acquiring a new register and Identification cards specifically to Secure the party's Win in 2024.
Speaking on the Matter, John Boadu added that no matter the cost, it's very crucial to know your total active members to help you plan towards elections and other activities.
They urged all members to actively engage themselves in the exercise in all polling stations when the time is due.
They made this disclosure at the Ashanti Regional capital of Kumasi during their tour to meet Constituency and Regional executives of the New Patriotic Party. He explained that all the old party Identification cards and register will be rendered obsolete.
After the registration, new party cards will be given. That card and register will be used for all party activities ahead of the election 2024. The register Shall be audited every six months to make sure its up to date.
The New Patriotic Party NPP is Ghana's Ruling party. It have the brainy and smart Ministers helping the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.
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