Former Speaker of Parliament Edward Doe Adjaho has urged NDC members to remain focused and united because the current economic crisis will not ensure the party’s success in the 2024 general elections.
According to Citinewsroom, in a speech prior to the NDC’s Volta Regional Delegates Conference in Ho, the former MP for the Avenor-Ave district, now known as Akatsi South, advised NDC members not to be complacent and to work hard toward the elections in 2024.
He urged party members not to bribe delegates with gifts and favors ahead of the 2024 general election.
“The statement is that, as a party, we should not be complacent. The midterm elections in the United States have taught us that hardship, inflation, and the economy cannot win an election on their own… So let us not be complacent.”
“Hardship and the cost of living are factors, but they are not sufficient.” “We must work hard, be united, and present a united front in this region and within the party,” Doe Adjaho said, as quoted by Citinewsroom.
Edward Korbly Doe Adjaho is a Ghanaian politician and lawyer who served as the Speaker of Ghana’s Parliament from 2013 to 2017. He is Ghana’s first speaker to be elected from among its members. As a result, he became the fifth Speaker of Ghana’s Fourth Republic.