According to the astute legal practitioner, the party can only win the 2024 polls when there is unity among its members.
Mr Frimpong Kodua was elected the new General Secretary of the NPP in the just ended national delegates conference held last Saturday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
He unseated the incumbent John Boadu who was favorite reclaim the seat prior to the election.
The CEO of the Youth Employment Agency polled a surprising 2,837 votes as against John Boadu’s 2,524 to clinch the enviable position in the Party.
It was a whooping 312 votes separating himself and John Boadu after the results were announced by the Electoral Commission in early hours of last Sunday.
Meanwhile, Stephen Ntim was elected the national chairman of the party in the election after five attempts to claim the seat.
Ntim, even though was tipped to win the election, went through a good competition and was able to accumulate 4,014 votes.
Before the interest to contest for the seat, Stephen Ntim had served as the party’s first vice chairman from 2001 to 2005.
His maiden attempt was in December 2005. His second attempt was in 2010 while his third attempt was in 2014. He again lost on the fourth attempt to Freddie Blay in 2018.
In 2005, Mr. Ntim lost to Peter Mac Manu, who was President Akufo-Addo’s campaign manager in the 2016 polls.
Stephen Ntim’s second contest in 2010 ended in a loss to the late Jake Okanta Obetsebi-Lamptey and another loss to Paul Afoko in 2014.