Some New Patriotic Party (NPP) Regional Chairmen and delegates are rallying their support for the Central Regional Chairman, Robert Kutin Jnr. to become the National Chairman of the party.
The NPP Chairmen who believe Robert Kutin Jnr. is best to take up the national position in the party averred that his performance as the central Regional Chairman has been tremendous.
Speaking to some delegates of the party, they have also expressed similar enthusiasm to see to it that Robert Kutin Jnr. is elected as the National Chairman of the party.
They urged all NPP members especially delegates to stay united and rally behind Robert Kutin Jnr. in the event that he offers himself up as candidate for the National Chairmanship position.
They mentioned that the task ahead of the party going into 2024 elections is huge and it demands a more committed, versatile, grassroot oriented and a welcoming personality to lead the party in that capacity as Chairman, hence their support for Robert Kutin Jnr.
They also called on delegates of the party to consolidate the victory of the NPP in the coming elections by voting massively for Robert Kutin Jnr. in the party’s national elections.
According to the proponents of Robert Kutin Jnr.’s bid, Robert Kutin Jnr. stood tall among those who would possibly vie for the National Chairmanship position, and therefore called on the delegates to ensure he is elected to enhance the fortunes of the party in 2024.
They stated that Robert Kutin Jnr. had made the party very attractive to the youth in particular and embarked on a vigorous grass-roots campaign that enabled the party perform well in the Central Region.
They averred that Robert Kutin Jnr. had been tried and tested, adding that in terms of party organisation and effective party leadership, he was ahead, hence their decision to throw their weight behind him in the interest of the party.
They also mentioned that the NPP needs an honest, faithful and loyal chairman who will work hard to ensure that the party holds on to power in subsequent elections.