The former Yendi Constituency Chairman of the New Patriotic Party has stage a swift comeback to lock horns with Chairman Mohammed Baantima Samba, the incumbent Northern Regional Chairman of the NPP for a showdown in the 2022 Delegates Congress of the party.
Alhaji Inusah Amadu popularly known as Dagomba Boy recently declared his intention to contest the party’s regional chairmanship slot to Journalists at his private residence in Tamale.
This would be the second time the businessman is bidding to the lead the party in the northern region after he, Chairman Bugri Naabu, then incumbent Chairman and others lost in 2018 to the current Chairman.
However, the NPP stalwart believes next year’s contest is his time to lead the ruling party. He therefore vowed to unseat Chairman Samba, whom, he said has failed to provide the requisite leadership for the party structure requires in his four year mandate.
Alhaji Inusah Amadu is therefore optimistic that the party’s voting college will entrust him with the mantle to rescue the party from collapse.
He further promise to restore the confidence of ordinary NPP supporters in the leadership of the party and bring respire to every party member for the NPP to realize the #BreakThe8 agenda ahead of the 2024 general elections.
“I am determined to bring glory back to our party people; my vision is to restore hope in the youth and heart dying NPP members for their hard work. The youth have lost hope in Chairman Samba” he stressed.
Alhaji Inusah Dagomba in a separate interaction told THE CUSTODIAN that the poor leadership of Chairman Samba resulted in the party to maintain the Wulensi, Saboba and Kpandai constituencies in last year’s polls.
He believes the party could’ve safe the situation if the Regional Chairman had paid heed to the signals in the constituencies.
In his view, the signs of internal wrangles and apathy in these areas were visible for everybody to see ahead of the elections and he forewarned if the necessary interventions were not taken, the NPP will lose the above mentioned seats which eventually came to past.