NDC Congress: I’m going for candidate with integrity, other qualities – Victor Smith

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Former Ghana’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Victor Smith, has indicated that he will be voting for candidates whose uprightness and honesty in the NDC cannot be matched.

According to the leading member of the opposition party, the interest of the country has been paramount to the NDC, therefore it should be complemented by leaders with integrity.

At least, some 900 certified delegates will be casting their votes for the national delegates conference of the National Democratic Congress Saturday, December 17, 2022, to elect its leaders to steer the affairs of the party in the next four years.

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Speaking to Nana Yaa Brefo on Angle FM/TV, Mr Smith believes that voting for someone with integrity to help aid the party’s motive of developing the country is key.

“I came to vote for those who will serve the party, those who will not fight, not to do politics but actually talking policies. I believe that the executives we will elect today are not to help NDC alone but whatever they do will go to enhance the Ghanaians,” he stressed.

He added: “I’m going to be voting for those who have one, integrity; two, service at heart; and three, most importantly, those whose minds are to enhance Ghanaians not just NDC.”

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Therefore, the former Director of Public Affairs and Special aid to late president John Jerry Rawlings, said he will not hesitate to cast his vote amidst electing leaders who possess the aforementioned qualities in the party.

“I strongly believe that those I will vote for will actually win and make sure of enhancing Ghanaians,” Victor Smith emphasised.

Sharing his view on the tension that has ensued in the chairmanship race between incumbent chairman Samuel Ofosu Ampofo and the General Secretary, Asiedu Nkteiah, Mr. Smith condemned the act and described it as unfortunate.

“Matters arising are the things that happen when you have two strong people vying for one seat, you understand? some of these utterances are unfortunate.”

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