Seth Adu-Adjei, a top aspirant for National Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) who picked Number 2 in the recent balloting of positions has been tipped to cause an upset in the upcoming National Executive elections of the NPP after a series of strategic manoeuvers.
Other aspirants are forced to follow his style after it proved effective in connecting with unconnected voters and delegates for the upcoming internal and external election in 2024.
The National Organizer Hopeful is laying out a House to House, Door to Door outreach initiative not only to win delegates from the upcoming contest but to show how NPP can win 2024.
Adu-Adjei who has more than 20 years experience in party organization and research has served the NPP at the constituency, regional and national levels in various capacities before presenting himself to contest for National Organizer.
He is rated one of the most experienced brains among the host of aspirants planning to take over from Sammi Awuku as National Organizer to break the 8.
In the balloting, he picked Number 2 position and has since been criss-crossing the country campaigning.
The National Organizer hopeful believes NPP must change organising style in order for its message to get to the grassrrot better.
He said the time had come for the party to move away from organising funfairs and health walks and rather formulate policies and strategies that could help ‘break the eight.’
“This can only be done with someone who understands research finds and the essence of data and must have astute analytical skills, but not just someone full of exuberance and vocal but will not be able to function out of the traditional box.” He said.
He said if elected, he would revisit the house-to-house campaign strategy, where he would on quarterly basis go down to various houses within the constituencies with top party officials.
Mr Adu-Adjei said there was the need to reconnect the structures within the party to break the eight thus dealing with issues including unemployment problem among party foot soldiers, while giving clear mandate to voluntary groups, and re-energizing TESCON, among others.
“I will also champion the need for all the executives to work from the National headquarters to encourage uniformity and unity among ourselves,” he stated.
He said: “With the support from colleagues and my strong independent and organizational skills, my work as the National Organizer will be efficiently delivered if given the affirmation.”
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