Considering his accumulated experience, skills and the command he exhibits on Ghana politics today, Hon. Emmanuel Agyei Anhwere, who’s the incumbent Member of Parliament for Atwima Nwabiagya South Constituency of the NPP has undoubtedly become a huge asset for the New Patriotic Party going into the 2024 general elections.
The country Ghana, the incumbent government and as well as the governing political party are at a serious crossroad with the current world’s socio-economic uncertainty. This is the time that good experience, skilful leadership, intelligent initiatives and principled captainship are required to steer the affairs of any political party in power or running a country. Of course, this is not the time for any trial and error!
Therefore in my objective view, it will not only be grievous suicidal for NPP and the respected delegates in Atwima Nwabiagya South Constituency to change its Member of Parliament at this time but it would be more catastrophic for the party to throw away its experienced front-leader and replace him with a new face, if the party really wants to break the 8!.
The man Emmanuel Agyei Anhwere, the Member of Parliament, is an asset for the New Patriotic Party today, his accumulated experience is needed more than ever before and we cannot afford to change him now based on the following thoughtful reasons:
1) At this time that the party has elected a brand new Constituency Chairman, since the immediate past Chairman lost his position during the Constituency Executives Election , the party cannot afford to change its experienced Member of Parliament as well.
2) At this time that there has been an election of also a brand new Constituency Organiser since the immediate past Constituency Organiser did not also make it in the Constituency Executives Election, the NPP cannot afford to change its experienced Member of Parliament as well, the one who is already a force for the NDC leadership to reckon with.
3) Furthermore, at this crucial season where there would be a new Flagbearer of the party and a new Running-mate for 2024 general elections, the New Patriotic Party cannot afford to change its experienced Member of Parliament, Hon. Agyei Anhwere who has already led the party into winning two consecutive Parliamentary elections in Ghana. We can’t afford!
5) Besides, at this time that the NDC is strategically timing and zealously planning to unleash some wild propaganda and lies about the NPP and its government to bamboozle Ghanaians for votes, we cannot afford to change our experienced Member of Parliament, Hon. Anhwere, who is an already-made excellent practical experienced Member of Parliament, and has better understanding of the terrain to win general elections.
The substantive Member of Parliament led the NPP to retain power in 2020. We cannot afford to lose this great experience perfectly required to break the 8!
In my view, Hon. Emmanuel Agyei Anhwere as Member of Parliament demonstrates the requisite experience and excellence that can contribute meaningfully to break the eight in 2024 more than all others.
I, therefore, respectively urge the delegates of our dear party in the Atwima Nwabiagya South Constituency to retain Hon. Anhwere as the Member of Parliament.
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) as a centre-right and liberal-conservative political party in power today must do all it can to break the eight to ensure sustainable development of our nation, as majority of Ghanaians believe that only NPP genuinely has blueprint for development of Ghana despite the economic challenge facing the NPP government as the result of the world’s economic meltdown.
Indeed, we all believe that the 2020 general elections outcome for NPP served as scary lesson for the governing party and must be guided against. However, that mustn’t be the only yardstick to change the party’s experienced Member of Parliament for the Constituency.
WRITTEN BY :
EDWARD FRIMPONG (TOPFLIGHT) , SEPAASE ELECTORAL AREA
Source: EDWARD FRIMPONG
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