Stephen Ntim is the best man to lead NPP as chairman-Alhaji Ali Suraj

As our party inches closer to the National Executives Election. It is extremely necessary the delegates make decisions with introspection, circumspection and perhaps, retrospection about the kind of leadership they wish to vote into office to steer the affairs of the party for the next four years. Especially, the National Chairmanship Position.

Among the names for the Chairmanship office, Steven Ayesu Ntim stands tall. A man who has devoted himself and his resources to the well-being of the party at all levels. Below are my reasons;

I, In 2005, he donated fourteen (14) brand new pickups to the ten Regional Offices and selected constituencies in dire need of vehicles for party work.

II, He made available building designs for the construction of party constituency offices across the country in 2004.

III, He again, gave out money for the purchase of permanent land for the offices in most constituencies across the country in 2005.

IV, He always prints parliamentary posters free of charge to most aspirants in general elections since 2005 till date.

V, Since 2001 till date, Ntim has consistently printed customised party complimentary cards to all Constituency and Regional Officers across the country.

Lastly, Unity is the key component in breaking the 8. It is Mr Ntim’s top most desire to unite the party before the 2024 general elections when given the nod.

Undoubtedly, Mr Steven Ntim remains the best bet in the chairmanship race. Is time to reward his loyalty with a landslide victory.

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Sincerely,
Alhaji Ali Suraj

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