The New Patriotic Party National Chairman aspirant, Mr Stephen Ntim has ended his nation-wide campaign tour with the message of party building, unity and victory in 2016 general elections.

This was contained in a press release signed by Mr Achibald Korletey the Campaign Coordinator and issued in Accra today.

Mr Ntim affectionately referred to as Victory Chairman by delegates, has successfully ended the first phase of his national campaign tour, after the official launch at the International Press Centre in Accra on December 11 2013.

According to the release, the tour was followed by a visit to the Greater Accra Region with interaction with delegates in all the 34 constituencies.

The release said Mr Ntim?s inspiring message, coupled with his political experience, past achievements including the major role he played as the National 1st Vice Chairman of Party that led to NPP victory in the 2004 general elections, featured prominently in his message.

In some of the meetings at places such as Tamale in the Northern Region, delegates laid prostrate on the ground and in some instances tears could not be restrained as a sign of love, respect and approval of their readiness to reward commitment, loyalty, hard work and long service for the National Chairman aspirant.

Mr Ntim had decorum as his hallmark and as such avoided politics of acrimony, pettiness, name calling and any negative tendencies with their associate destructive consequences. Rather, he was more focused on unity, party building, result oriented strategies and above all discipline for the sole purpose of ensuring a resounding victory in 2016 elections.

The release stated ?Stephen Ntim is very confident that having kept faith with the party over the years, delegates will consider his personal experiences and past records, thus making him stand tall and peerless and therefore the most favoured to emerge victorious in Tamale on April 12. Nana Abre, Ntim nso Abre?. GNA

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