As days get closer to the National Delegates Conference of the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP) to elect who the cup fits for the General Secretary position; Mr. Richard Ahiagbah has confirmed his readiness to join the race of Titans.
Mr. Richard Ahiagbah, who hails from Aflao, Ketu South in the Volta Region said, he is equipped to lead the NPP, to overcome, and take full advantage of 21st century electoral opportunities.
Speaking on phone with Enonana Opoku Agyemang of OSOMPA RADIO and HOMEBASE TV far away Chicago (U S A) , Mr Richard affirmed his readiness to become the next General Secretary of the NPP.
He proposed that, his vision to administer an ever-present and engaged NPP has four key components namely; a new leadership ethos, develop party infrastructure, leverage information technology as well as organize the party operationally from the bottom-up.
“I will avail myself to all and make sure the grassroots membership is empowered, served and motivated to work for the party” he hinted
Mr. Richard Ahiagbah currently holds the position of the Director of Communication for the NPP in Chicago, USA. He served as the diaspora’s mobilization coordinator for the Chicago Chapter in the 2016 elections, and his commitment for the party is known both in the United States and Ghana.
According to him, he will do his best to position the NPP as the greatest and most relevant political philosophy for the benefit of Ghanaians when given the nod as the party’s next General Secretary.
“By the end of my first year as General Secretary, every constituency, and regional office, will have working computers or laptops that are networked nationwide. This is doable and will be done’’ he promised.
He further said: “I will also functionally and operationally reorganize the NPP to make it an efficient and effective campaign political machine that is, active and engaged in the community, constituency and regional life of electorates’’
This, he said, will move the party from the current top-heavy structure to a bottom-heavy one to achieve the successive electoral victories.