The Deputy Director of Communications for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwabena Frimpong has said, he decided to support the honorable Stephen Ayensu-Ntim because of his qualifications, strengths, and good vision.
According to Kwabena Frimpong, Honorable Stephen Ntim is a kind of a person who can lay down programs and progressive measures to bring glory to the party and this is the kind of soul the NPP requires.
According to Mr Kwabena Frimpong popularly known as Suarez, the aspirant has served the party to win power since the Kufuor days in 1996 and has the experience and capacity to unify the party to win power in the next general elections.
In an interview with the media, Mr. Kwabena Frimpong said, the NPP party needs generous, competent, and hardworking people to break the eight (8) which Stephen Ntim can be counted on.
He urged party members and executives to curb discrimination among themselves immediately and should show each other’s love for the growth of the party.
CREDIT: S. A. Kingsley.
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