Mr Kobby Barlon an NDC Deputy National Organiser hopeful says that, organising is a tough and complex job that requires a very thorough person who resonates with the grassroots.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) will be going to the polls in a few weeks time to elect its next crop of National Executive to steer affairs of the party for the next four years.
Various candidates have therefore presented themselves to be elected to lead the party's efforts towards its 2020 agenda.
Mr Barlon who is competing among 9 others for the deputy national organizer position believes he has paid his dues to the party and it's time for delegates to reward him for his long service, dedication and commitment to the party and welfare of the grassroots.
" The business of party organising is a very complex one. I have operated in that area for close to 18 years and I can tell you that it requires a lot more than many have envisaged. It requires tact, a thorough understanding of the political landscape of the country and ones ability to resonate with the grassroots" Mr Barlon has stated.
Mr Barlon who is currently exiting office as a deputy National youth organizer coupled with his extensive experience as ward, branch and constituency youth organiser all in the Ablekuma Central Constituency is hopeful is contributions to the party all these years will play a significant role when delegates reward him with a massive victory come November 17, 2018.
Mr Kobby Barlon is very positive about the chances of the opposition NDC in the December 2020 polls hence his campaign mantra of "Energising the base"
He has hinged his campaign on five critical pillars he calls " A social contract ". The five pillars include improving party outreach efforts, building an efficient internal party coordination systems, strengthening party Get out the votes operations, enhancing unity and cohesion and efficient management of party elections logistics.
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