Former President John Mahama has vowed that the
He has revealed why the party lost some seats to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2016 polls.
Acording to him, internal bickering, disunity and power struggle at the constituency level cost the party as many as 36 parliamentary seats.
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Mahama who is on a campaign at Savelugu in the Northern region said "Like I said a few things went wrong…we were not united. Savelugu is one of them, there was no way we should have lost the Savelugu seat but it is just because we were not united. We had seen at least 36 of such constituencies where we could easily have won but we lost because we were not united."
John Mahama addressing party faithfuls and branch executives said the the factions that existed prior to the 2016 elections are working together in the interest of party unity to reclaim all the seats ahead of the 2020 polls.
"I know that this time you have started working together to patch the differences. I have started receiving reports about what our new regional executives some of our MPs are all doing to help us come together so we win Savelugu back from the NPP," he said.