The newly-elected National Youth Organiser of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) says his contender Brogya Genfi’s decision to withdraw his lawsuit challenging the eligibility of his election is a spot in the right direction.
George Opare Addo said in a statement that he is grateful the defeated aspirant is rallying support behind the NDC youth wing irrespective of our differences.
“I hope that together we can build a strong Youth Army for the party,” Opare Addo known commonly as Pablo said in a statement on Thursday.
Mr. Opare Addo also extended his sincere gratitude to former President John Dramani Mahama and other party leaders who intervened to resolve the issue amicably.
“He has shown once again that he is the leader our party needs at this crucial time of our history,” he noted.
“As I stated in my victory speech in Cape Coast, there is now no Pablo or Brogya camp. We are one. We are the Green Army. I call on all those who did support me and my deputies and those who did not support us to close our ranks; we are one army now,” Opare Addo added.
“Let us build ourselves, encourage each other, correct one other as we march on to victory in 2024.
“I call on all and sundry that now more than ever, we need a united front. I promise to lead a Youth Wing that is united and brings everyone on board,” he concluded.