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Ghana’s politics has moved from drumming and dancing to issue base campaigning says NPP’s Obiri Boahen

Deputy General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Obiri Boahen, has advised party members not to be complacent and arrogant but work assiduously for the party to win more seats in Parliament.

Obiri Boahen told journalists that he was sure the NPP would this time around win about 200 seats in Parliament after the December 7 polls.

He said he had personally worked hard at the grassroots to ensure victory for his party.

The Deputy General Secretary noted that Ghana’s politics had moved from the usual drumming and dancing to issue based, noting that Ghanaians were now discerning and listening to issue-based arguments of parties to decide who to vote for in the December 7, polls.

He endorsed the health walk adopted by parties to canvass for votes saying, they were better than the rallies.

Obiri Boahen said the NPP would have some seats in the Volta Region and the NPP will do well in the presidential as well.

On the surveys conducted by some Civil Society Organisations depicting victory for NPP, he said he was much more interested in working at the grassroots.

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