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The governing New Patriotic Party's (NPP) Western Regional Chairman, Francis Ndede Siah has called for a spirited campaign by all stakeholders in the region to achieve victory in the 2024 general elections.

Addressing party executives in Takoradi on Thursday, December 7 during the Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia's visit to the region, he expressed gratitude to party stakeholders for electing him as the flagbearer, and said the battle ahead is surmountable if the party comes together at all levels.

"The Vice President, our flagbearer, is here with us and he has given us assurance about the things coming up. I also want to assure him that if we come together, do what we need to do and also work very hard, we will do very well in this region and win," he said.

"Key to achieving our objective is to work hard at the constituency level, so I want to encourage all of us, especially constituency and polling station executives, to take this campaign seriously and remain committed to it."

The Western Regional NPP Chairman was very optimistic that with Dr Bawumia leading the party, and with unity at all levels, victory would be secured.

A former General Secretary of the party and former flagbearer aspirant, Kwabena Agyapong, who accompanied the NPP flagbearer, stressed on the call for unity, and urged party stakeholders to unite behind Dr Bawumia.

He said the internal elections are over, and it is time for all who contested to put their shoulders on the wheel to ensure victory in 2024.

"By being here, I represent those of us who contested, and I am confident that we will all come on board as true members of our party, to work hard for Dr Bawumia and the party to be declared winners next year," Mr Agyapong said.

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