Sammy Crabbe, suspended Second Vice Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), has joined the Chairmanship race of the governing party.
One of his posters for his campaign is saying he wants to “build a party for all.”
The poster is communicating about him as having “proven track record in championing the rights and welfare of all party executives and members”.
A year to the 2016 General Elections, the National Executive Committee of the NPP suspended Mr Crabbe indefinitely alongside then General Secretary Kwabena Agyepong and then Chairman Paul Afoko, for, among other things, making voicing that were injurious to the chances of the then-opposition party’s presidential candidate at the time, Nana Akufo-Addo.
Reversal of their suspension has not yet made possible.
To give Acting Chairman Freddy Blay some competition, Mr Crabbe has entered the race.
In this tenure, National Chairmanship race has been predicted to be a clear battle between current Acting National Chairman, Freddie Blay, and a former National First Vice Chairman of the Party, Stephen Ntim.
Pollster Ben Ephson in November last year said regardless how both aspirants pitch their strategies, what could dictate the outcome is how best the two leading hopefuls strive to get their followers into the polling station, constituency, and regional positions.
In the upcoming weeks, .Mr Blay is due to officially launch its campaign for the position.
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