Human Rights activist and lawyer, Francis-Xavier Sosu has implored delegates of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Madina to be united ahead of their constituency elections this weekend.
In a statement to the delegates and aspirants, Sosu thanked all party members in Madina for their collective resolve to rebuild the party.
According to him, "a new Madina NDC must be devoid of insults, violence and any act that brings violence and disunity".
"As we prepare for our Constituency Conference, I wish to respectfully plead with all of us to measure our utterances and reactions. Let us promote positive conversations that can promote peace, love and togetherness," Mr Sosu said.
He cautioned against repeating past mistakes that led to the NDC losing power and the Madina parliamentary seat.
"Let us try not to repeat mistakes of the past. Madina has taken a new path. A path that will bring progress and prosperity to all party members. Let our elections unite us on the common agenda of bringing joy to our teeming supporters," the renowned lawyer reiterated.
"Let us make NDC in Madina proud again. This is a family exercise. There will be no winners and losers. We will all be winners at the end," he added.
The election which is due to take place on Saturday is set to put Madina NDC on a new path to victory 2020.
Speaking to Joy News correspondent, the Director of Elections in Madina, David Kumi-Addo, confirmed that all is set for the Madina Constituency Elections.
He confirmed the Mr Sosu, is one of those party members and delegates who have contributed to making the elections possible.
Mr Kumi-Addo said the legal practitioner has donated financial resources to take care of chairs and canopies for all the over 1500 delegates. Mr Sosu also donated 3000 bottles of water for the Conference.
So far five buses have been secured by Mr Sosu to provide transportation for delegates to the West Africa Senior High School, the venue for conference while personnel from the Adentan Police Station will be deployed to provide security.
Lawyer Sosu previously contested in the primary with the then incumbent MP, Amadu Sorogho, who eventually lost the Madina seat to the New Patriotic Party in the 2016 elections.
There are possibilities he may be running again for the slot on the ticket of the NDC when nominations are opened ahead of the 2020 elections.
He says his continuous participation and support of the NDC in Madina has endured him to many, who are calling on him to stand again in 2020.
“I by far, the HOPE OF MADINA NDC 2020,” he said.