A representative of the Conservative Party in the United Kingdom, John Mayor, has criticised the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the money spent aspiran
A representative of the Conservative Party in the United Kingdom, John Mayor, has criticised the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the money spent aspirants spent on posters and banners to market themselves ahead of the party’s national Delegate Conference in Koforidua in the Eastern Region.
Giving a solidarity message at the conference on Saturday, John Mayor said he saw more party posters than delegates taking part in the conference.
He said “Focus your time, efforts and resources on reaching out to voters in Ghana… I came through the streets today and I saw so many posters, posters of the wonderful candidates here in today’s conference.”
“But I had to reflect. I think I saw more posters than there are delegates here in the conference I wondered, ‘is this really the best use of our resources?” he quizzed.
He added: “I have a lesson from the conservative party, which is voters like parties which focus on the voters. Voters are less keen on parties that focus on their internal processes.”
He, therefore, urged the party to listen to the concerns of the citizenry.
About 6000 delegates from all the ten regions are in Koforidua for the 26th National Delegates Conference of the party.
In all, twelve polling stations have been designated by the national elections committee in conjunction with Electoral Commission to cater for the elections.