NF-(Tema)- The Tema East Constituency of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has organized its annual delegates conference with strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols.

Nene Agbadiagba IV, Tema East constituency Chairman, in his welcome speech, said the conference was a requirement from the national party and charged delegates to reconcile to be able to recapture the seat.

Mr Ismael Ashitey urged the delegates to play their roles to ensure unity to win the 2024 general election.

Mr Felix Nii Mensah Annang-La, Tema Metropolitan Chief Executive, described the Constituency as an orphan, saying; “We are not happy today because almighty Tema East is now orphaned.

“This is because we refused to do what the party expected of us.”

He also blamed the loss of the seat on the poor handling of social media and urged party members to effectively manage social media to the advantage of the party.

Mr Buabeng Twumasi, Greater Accra Regional NPP Deputy Youth Organizer, stated that most of the constituency problems were due to indiscipline, particularly of the youth, and advised them not to hide behind social media to insult the elders of the party.

Mr Titus-Glover, the former MP, expressed his disappointment with losing the seat and stated that opportunities and benefits that the Constituency would have gotten had eluded it.

He charged party members to eschew anger, bitterness and all kinds of acts that could derail the vision of the party and continue to even work harder together to recapture the seat in 2024.

Among the dignitaries at the conference were Mr Evans Nii Ashong Na, a former Member of Parliament (MP) for the Constituency, Mr Ishmael Ashitey, immediate past Greater Accra Regional Minister and three-time MP for the Constituency.

Mr Daniel Oheneba Darko, Council of Elders Chairman, Mr Kwesi Poku Bosompem, former presiding member of Tema West Constituency, Constituency Executives, Electoral Area Coordinators, Polling Station Executives, NPP Volunteer Groups, and Members attended the conference.


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