The NDC Young Democrats, an emerging political group, thanked the party’s national vice chairman, Alhaji Said Sinare for his commitment and dedication to the NDC’s course throughout the years.
Alhaji Sinare’s devotion and behavioral norms, according to the group, galvanized the party’s youth nationwide, particularly those at the grassroots level, who committed their unwavering support for him in heightened campaigns to boost the NDC’s fortunes in the approaching general election.
Mr. Japhet Festus Gbede, the former communications director of the NDCs youth group, told the media that the group has 5000 active members and that it will soon launch a delegate-to-delegate campaign to promote the achievements of the hardworking National executives to the delegates.
He specifically mentioned H.E Alhaji Said Sinare, saying that his hard work for the party, even while in opposition, inspires the youths, and that they will put their lives on the line to ensure that he is retained so that the party can capture votes from the Zongos, floating voters, and the masses with his experience and strategic campaigning methods.
“Your years of dedication to the NDC have inspired us much, and we are fully behind you in organizing the people and other resources required for the NDC to win the December 7 elections by a wider margin,” he said.
In a statement, he copied to the media Japhet reiterated that a vote for H.E Alhaji Said Sinare is a vote for the NDC to win the Zongo votes and a vote from the grassroots.
Our party’s ability to acquire power and efficiently allocate our country’s resources toward national development, as well as our party’s tendency to preserve power, is dependent on the choice we make in the upcoming internal elections.
The devotion and dedication of party officials who will work exhaustively without being self-seeking are critical to gaining power. H.E Alhaji Said Sinare, the present National Vice-Chairman, is one of the safest bets we can make as a party, part of his statement reads.