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Majority Leader in Parliament, Alexander Afenyo-Markin, has expressed unwavering confidence in the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) prospects of winning the December 7, 2024 elections, particularly in the Central Region.

In a recent statement, Afenyo-Markin assured that the NPP is poised to secure not less than 14 seats in the Central Region, citing the party’s robust efforts and strategic planning as decisive factors.

“Mark this down, NPP will get not less than 14 seats in the Central Region,” he emphatically declared during an interview with Yen Nsempa host, Nana Yaa Brefo on July 3.

“I said in December, God-willing, NPP will get not less than 14 seats. Come December 2024, NPP will get not less than 14 seats in the Central Region,” he reiterated.

Afenyo-Markin underscored the NPP’s commitment to hard work and thorough preparation in achieving this electoral goal.

“We will work hard and diligently to ensure this. We will explain our policies to the people, and with God’s Grace, the promise of not less than 14 seats will be fulfilled,” he affirmed.

Highlighting the comprehensive approach, Afenyo-Markin emphasized the importance of unity, prayers, and strategic planning. “It will all be hard work, prayers, guided and calculated steps,” he added.

Reflecting on the 2020 general election outcomes, Afenyo-Markin acknowledged the NPP’s loss of nine parliamentary seats to the National Democratic Congress (NDC), which secured 13 out of the Region’s 23 seats.

Commenting on the internal dynamics of the party, Afenyo-Markin addressed concerns over unity, noting, “There was no unity because some campaigned against their fellow party members, leading to losses.”

In closing, Afenyo-Markin urged NPP members and supporters to unite towards “ending the eight-year ruling cycle,” emphasizing the strategic importance of a unified front in achieving electoral success.

By Daakyehene Nana Yaw Asante