24 June 2005
CPP members in C/R unhappy about state of their party
Elmina, May 23, GNA -
Members of the Central Regional Executive Committee of the Convention People's Party (CPP) have appealed to the national leadership of the party to take measures to ensure that the party is made strong and formidable.
They have called on the leadership to strive to stem disunity within the party that, they said, contributed to its abysmal performance in the last general elections.
Members of the committee made the call at a meeting last Saturday to brainstorm as to how they could rekindle "the spirit of the party." They stressed the need for the leadership to mount a fund-raising campaign to ensure that the party is sufficiently resourced. The members said if provided with funds, they could embark on income generating ventures like crop and fish farming and grass-cutter rearing to enable them "to revive the dead constituencies" in the region before the next general elections.