The former general secretary of the New Patriotic Party, John Boadu has finally spoken after his defeat to Justin Frimpong Kodua in the National Executives Elections.
He, first of all, congratulated the newly elected Executives of the party for their victory and also wish them the best in the task ahead of them.
“I wish to, first of all, congratulate them for the feat, having earlier done so personally on phone with the newly elected National Chairman, Stephen Ntim, and General Secretary, Lawyer Justin Frimpong Kodua, and again wish them well in the task ahead,” he said.
He assured the Executives of his unflinching support throughout their administration to build up the party to break the 8th in the upcoming 2024 general elections.
“I again wish to seize this opportunity to openly assure them of my unflinching commitment and support to their administration particularly as we build up to the 2024 General elections, which we are determined to win.”
The party elected its new executives to take over its administration to win power in the 2024 general elections.
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