Odeneho Kwaku Appiah urges NPP to maintain a united front

Chairman Odeneho Kwaku Appiah (COKA),
Chairman Odeneho Kwaku Appiah (COKA),

Chairman Odeneho Kwaku Appiah (COKA), an aspirant in the just ended Ashanti Regional New Patriotic Party (NPP) chairmanship election, has called for party unity to ensure victory in the next election.

He said it was imperative to bury their differences, maintain a united front and work together as a party ahead of the 2024 general election.

Speaking at a thanksgiving service held in his honour at the Upper Room Assemblies of God Church in Kumasi, he said the Party remained the best choice for Ghanaians and that anything that could hurt chances of retaining power must be avoided.

The service was held to thank God for a successful election and to appreciate the overwhelming support he enjoyed prior, during and after the election.

It was attended by members of his campaign team, supporters, well-wishers, family, and friends.

The former Afigya Kwabre South NPP Chairman, expressed gratitude to God, the campaign team and all his followers who believed and supported him in diverse ways throughout the exercise.

“I’m happy to be here today to thank God first of all, party delegates, elders, founders, identifiable groups and the general public at large for your continuous support and love shown me before and after the elections,” he noted.

He observed that the current economic hardship was weighing Ghanaians down and urged them to continue to have faith in God, adding that regardless of the situation there was hope.

“I understand the current economic hardship is weighing everyone down. But regardless of the situation we all find ourselves in, there’s hope. With prayers, supplication and hard work, we shall all sail through,” he emphasised.
Throughout my life, I’ve never seen a prayerful person whom God has let down. Hold on, don’t give up because hope is near, he encouraged the congregants.

Some constituents from Afigya Kwabre East where he served as chairman for over 20years presented a cow and a sheep as a gift to for fighting a good cause.

He also received gifts from COKA Ladies, serial callers and other identifiable groups.

The service was climaxed with a party at the Longford Royal Centre, bringing together people from the social class, cooperate, media, businessmen and women, traders, Members of Parliament, clergy, traditional leaders among others.

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