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Video: If Elections Are Held Today, NPP Will Lose ‘Potorr” – Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister

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The Member of Parliament of the Asante Mampong Constituency and also Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister, Hon. Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong has illuminated that the New Patriotic Party will loose General Elections if the polls were up any moment from now.

If elections are held today NPP will lose potorr

He was of the view that the New Patriotic Party should not underestimate their opponent, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and should strive to break the eight.

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He explained that “breaking the eight” is a herculean task for the party hence they should vigorously go about their campaigning activities to maintain power come 2024 General Elections.

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“We want to break the eight , we say we are going to change destiny, we are going to make history, I will tell you honestly If elections are held today NPP will lose potorr”

He urged party members to charge forward and work hard for a successful feet in the 2024 General Elections.

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