The New Patriotic Party (NPP) branch in the USA’s youth organizer, Danny Opoku Antwi, has formally endorsed Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, also known as “Napo,” who is Ghana’s Energy Minister and Manhyia South MP. He is considered the best candidate to work with H.E. Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in the upcoming elections.
Napo’s significant popularity and influence, especially in the Ashanti Region, where he is regarded as a key figure by numerous party executives and grassroots members, were emphasized by Antwi in a statement obtained by Ghanatodayonline.com.
Antwi highlighted that Napo’s appeal cuts across traditional party lines, making him a candidate who can draw in independent voters as well as earn extra support from rivals. Napo is now well-positioned to compete for the position of running mate in the next elections thanks to the endorsement.
Read the full statement below:
Hon. Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh affectionately called “Napo” is the best person to partner H.E Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia. He is the best person to help pull votes for the NPP across the Ghana especially Ashanti Region. Majority of the Regional Executives, Constituency Executives, Polling Station Executives, Electoral Area Coordinators, and the party grassroots prefer Napo than anyone.
He has nurtured so many people in Ashanti region and across the country. The Chiefs in the Ashanti Region see him as their own. We should not underrate the influence of Ashanti chiefs in the region. He is the Godfather of the Youth. He has empowered many party people across the Ghana and beyond. He has respect across the political divide. He can get the NPP additional votes from our opponents and appeals to floating voters. He knows the political game very well. He is selfless, accessible and serves the young and old in the party. He is a power house and the NDC nightmare. He is the Peoples Napo.
DMB-Napo 2024 ticket will make the NPPs win more easier. It’s possible. We will definitely break the “8”.
By: Danny Opoku Antwi
(NPP-USA Branch Youth Organizer)
Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/Louis Gyamerah