I Will Strengthen Adentan NDC – Nana Oye Lithur

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Former Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Nana Oye Lithur has said that the Adentan NDC would see massive restructuring when given the nod to lead.

She said this when she filed her nomination to contest the Parliamentary primaries of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, for the Adentan Constituency.

Briefing the media after submitting her forms, Nana Oye Lithur stated that she made the decision to serve the people of Adentan after consultation with her family, elders of the NDC and other stakeholders in the Constituency.

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Stressed that her major priority would be to galvanise the strength of the people and unite the party at the Constituency, Ward and branch levels.

Nana Oye Lithur reiterated that she is set to deliver a strong united party in the Adentan Constituency.

One other area of concern to her was to also deliver a well-resourced coordinated strategic campaign for the NDC that would win back Adenta Parliamentary seat and win more votes for candidate Mahama.

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Nana oye Lithur assured NDC delegates of a well-functioning administrative staff, restructuring and expansion to include IT, monitoring, assessment and research desks at the Constituency as well as creating offices for some strategic wards and branches.

Receiving her nomination forms at the party office, the Constituency Secretary, Patrick Suantah, assured her of a fair playing ground from the leadership of the party and wished in her endeavour to lead the party to victory come 2020 general elections.

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The Adentan NDC Constituency Chairman, Alhaji Baba Zakaria Abdullah, urged the supporters to desist from politics of insults that may undermine the Democratic credentials of the NDC.

By: Paul Mamattah

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