Nana Frimpomaa Sarpong Kumankumah is Chairperson of the CPP
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The Convention People’s Party (CPP) has launched a re-organisation booklet to reintegrate and galvanize the party’s grassroot base ahead of the 2024 general elections.

The booklet dubbed: “Organisation Decides It All” aims at challenging executive members of the party to solidify the base of the CPP to help build a strong force towards the next election.

With 2024 fast beckoning, pressure is mounting on political parties to mobilize their supporters to ensure their inclusion in the 2024 general elections.

In this vein, the CPP has adopted a new approach to reach out to Ghanaian voters to embrace it’s policies and vote for the party to wrestle power in the forthcoming polls.

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Chairperson and Leader of the CPP, Akosua Frimpomaa Sarpong Kumankumah, addressing the media at the launch maintained that the reintegration programme is targeting over 6 million legitimate voters for victory in the 2024 polls.

She rallied the rank and file of the party to work together to uphold the ideals and principles of the CPP to make the party appealing to the public.

She expounded that the re-organisation booklet has detailed polling stations in every constituency across the country to enable the executives effect their mandate by at least winning 10 people from each electoral area to vote for the CPP.

“It is now your turn to make CPP a broad base party with members from various trades, because you owe it to mother Ghana to succeed,” she said.

“The chance for the CPP in 2024 depends on your mobilization of members from your constituency and electoral areas, so please get it work,” she reiterated.

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The 2012 Vice Presidential Candidate for the party challenged the executives to warmly embrace the re-organisation programme to solidify their grassroots.

She maintained that the CPP is the only party with better policies to save Ghana from the economic doldrums and urged the youth to massively join the party to win power come 2024.

By Maxwell Otoo|OnuaFM|