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NDC Elections: Alister Nelson of Muntie endorses Bright Botchway for his Hard work as the next Central Regional Youth organizer.

An astute Media Personality from the Muntie Network has profoundly endorsed Bright Botchway as the Next Central Regional Youth organizer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

According to him, the delegates from the Central region ought to throw their unflinching support to Mr. Bright Botchway for the hard work he has echoed for the party.

“I’m begging delegates from Central region to honor Bright Botchway by voting for him massively because he has worked assiduously for the NDC,” he said on a live TV show

His endorsement comes at the backdrop of the forthcoming Regional Conference of NDC scheduled to take place this coming Saturday across all 16 regions.

He endorsed Mr. Bright Botchway during the station’s hottest political program.

He assured the delegates from Central Region that Botchways commitment to ensure that the party NDC wrestles Power from this substandard NPP government will be a smooth run as he (Botchway) is poised to deliver on his mandate as the next Central Regional Youth organizer.

“He is resolute in his mind and determined to work assiduously to ensure that the dreaded 8-year cycle which has lingered on the tongues of NPP quenched and defeated.

He said the man in question is ready to work to unite the youth front of the party to bring everyone on board and, in unison, work harder to win the next elections” Alister assures

On his part, the incoming Central regional youth organizer reiterated the need for the present and past executives to work together as that is only key in making sure the NDC wins power in 2024.

He also assured the regional Executives of his commitment to ensuring that the party ascends to the throne in 2025•

According to him, he will put
pragmatic measures in place which will soon yield fruits to help mitigate the sufferings of the youth in the Central region.

By Lawrence Odoom



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