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"Let's Bury Our Differences" Abronye Finally Humbled As He Pleads During Annual Delegates Conference

Kwame Baffoe Abronye the Bono Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party has urged the executives and members of the Party in Jaman South Constituency to bury their differences and remain united towards a common cause of winning back the lost parliamentary seat in the area.

He said the Party would not accept and tolerate any kind of backsliding and bickering that often disrupt its forward match to victory.

Speaking at the New Patriotic Party's Annual Delegates Conference at separate meetings in Jaman South Constituency on Friday said it's critical to embrace unity and discipline as the party works towards reclaiming the lost glory in the Jaman South Constituency.

Present at the meeting were, the Regional Secretary Kofi Ofosu Boateng, the former M.P for the area and Minister for Aviation Hon Yaw Maama Afful, Founding Members and other high ranking officials.

The Conference was pursuant to Article 7(27) of the New Patriotic Party’s Constitution and per the directives issued by the General Secretary of the party, it's was divided and organised in three zones; Japekrom zone, Drobo zone and Dwenim Zone respectively, and was under strict adherence to the Coronavirus protocols.

Abronye DC stressed that, critics and sceptics alike have spoken incessantly about the political divide between party folks in the area, but it would serve them well to realize that on the scale of rational understanding, the promise of tomorrow outweighs the differences of today.

He explained that, Instead of allowing their differences to dominate their current relationship, they must work harder to forge a bond of understanding that allows them to find effective and pragmatic solutions to their common problems.

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