Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West Wugon Constituency Lydia Alhassan has insisted that breaking the Eight will not be a funfair.
The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) says it will want to make history by breaking the eight-year cycle of political parties in the country.
The party believes that fulfilling its promises to the people of Ghana is the only way the party can make history.
Speaking after constituency elections, Lydia Alhassan said “we tell them that we have to set the ball rolling, it’s not going to be an easy task. It is a hard one ahead of us and they should be ready to work.
It’s not going to be funfair, to break the eight, we all have to come together. The only way we can move forward as a party to achieve the success that we have is for us to come together as one people. So we need that unity, no division.
We still need all of us, those who will win and those who will not win should come together to help us win,” she told Joy News.