The Campaign Manager for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Peter Mac Manu has hinted of a review of the party’s parliamentary primaries system.
According to him, the party has learnt a lot of lessons from the just-ended elections and will work at ensuring that some mistakes that they committed do not happen subsequently.
Mac Manu who was speaking to Ghana Television said “what’s next is to check what went wrong and what we did right”.
“We need to look at how the party’s parliamentary primaries is conducted”.
He noted that most party members who were not given the opportunity to contest for the party’s primaries worked against the party and that needs to be looked at.
Speaking on the Member of Parliament for Fomena – Lawyer Andrews Asiamah Amoakoh, Peter Mac Manu indicated that the Lawmaker has assured him of joining the NPP.
The former Member of Parliament (MP) for Fomena Lawyer Andrews Asiamah Amoakoh was suspended by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) after he decided to contest this year’s election as an Independent candidate.
However, after the December 7 elections, Mr. Asiamah polled 12,805 to beat his NPP opponent, Philip Ofori Asante, and the NDC’s Christiana Appiagyei who obtained 10,798 and 2,608 votes respectively.
“He is my good friend and he told me, Chairman I’m doing this for the New Patriotic Party.”