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Matters Arising: Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo Sends Another Message To NDC Members Ahead Of 2024 Election

The Bono Regional Youth Organizer for the National Democratic Congress, Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo has sends another strong message to the National Democratic Congress members ahead of 2024 elections.

After former President, John Dramani Mahama has declared his intentions to register as polling agent for NDC in 2024 elections, his message has boost the NDC party especially with his do or die statement.

Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo today, Thursday, 16th September, 2021 told NDC Members that they will not tolerate laziness in the party ahead of 2024 election as he knows some people will not sacrifice their life for the great party. He stated that they are not going to accept any "gentle" people with degree who will be lazy but want position in NDC next government. He told NDC folks to come together and help win 2024 elections. He also made some interesting comment in his statement in addition.

"If the President Mahama himself will be a polling agent come 2024, then tomorrow you can't sit in the comfort of your home and later tell us your support for the party was donating100 Tshirts so you should considered for a favour than the young man who carried the party on his neck all these years, and kept the faith and flames alive till date.

The most annoying of all is I have degree, masters, PhD, am a lawyer. Mr. PhD holder this is the time your brain is needed in the gutters to struggle with the Npp for power.

You want to be gentle in opposition and protect your job but thinking of ''chopping'' big man position tomorrow when we come to power. Hehee.

Let's all get on board now. You are looking at me, am talking to you👉 Mr and madam gentle and degree people. The thing be Do or Die ooo and not gentleman agreement" Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo stated.

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