The Upper East Region Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Lawyer Anthony Namoo has responded to the group calling for his resignation over what they described as abysmal performance the Upper East Region have witnessed under his leadership in the 2020 elections.
Speaking to Apexnewsgh.com, the Chairman said the group does not exist. According to him the party and its executives worked so hard to ensuring that their targets were met and unfortunately, they could not achieve their targets, adding that, it does not mean they did not work as the Group suggesting.
According to the group, “Unfortunately, the region was headed for a record worst performance. The region was to lose all its 3 seats and decrease its share of the Presidential votes to about 32%. The region was to suffer from leadership paralysis. A leadership that provided no direction to achieving any of its own set targets,” a group called Patriotic Movement for Growth said this in their earlier statement.
However, Chairman Namoo believes, this is the time for them to examine what went wrong and it is when that examination is done and it’s clear that the regional chairman and his executives did not do the right thing. then, a blame can come but not haven’t done that not haven’t contributed anything to the party, only for them to mushroom and just sprout just recently to come be blaming people. Then, it is unfortunate.
Lawyer Namoo added that due to his hard work as a regional chairman, he closed his office and worked and did not go to court for the period because he believed that there is the need to invest time in the party.
“Though the target we set for ourselves we couldn’t achieve it, that does not mean we didn’t work hard. I had to collapse my office and virtually did not go to court. I had to make sure that we led the campaign and we did the best that we can.” He told Apexnewsgh.com
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