He says they must remain with the party for the ultimate goal of winning the 2016 elections.
“I congratulate all members of the Party who participated in the regional executive elections held yesterday. For those who lost, I wish you better luck next time and, more importantly, I urge you to stay fully engaged in our efforts to reorganise the party for the general elections of 2016”.
In a statement released on social media, the former Attorney General urged the winners to be magnanimous in their victory.
“For those who won, please reach out to bring on board every member and supporter of the Party in our efforts towards a strong and effective campaign for a clear and resounding victory in 2016”.
He said: “We need unity now to reinforce our front to offer a more attractive and competent alternative to the people of Ghana”.
Below is a compilation of some of the winners of the regional elections:
Most of the incumbent executives lost their positions
Incumbent Regional Chairman, Nana Owusu Ankomah, lost to his main rival, Kendicks Dickson Attah-Nketsia
The incumbent regional secretary Anthony K. K Sam also lost to Charles Bissue
Abena Kwallah, the incumbent women organiser lost to Golly Antwi-Bosiako
Mohammed Abdul Ganiyu polled 173 votes to out-stage Kwame Kinto for the regional organiser position.
Benjamin Kwaw won the first vice-chairmanship slot
The second vice-chairmanship position was won by Francis Ndede Siah
Samuel Abiaw defeated five other contestants in a hot contest for the Assistant secretary position.
Yaw Acheampong polled 272 votes to capture the youth organiser position
Edna Nyame won the regional treasurer position while Onasis Abubakari Mohammed won the Nasara co-ordinator’s position
Businessman Daniel Bugri Naabu, won the chairmanship position
Mr Naabu who has been a serial contestant for the position, beat the incumbent chairman Alhaji Harunah Tia Sulemana
He urged the losers to join the party forge a united front ahead of 2016
Hajia Samata Gifty Bukari won the first vice Chair slot
Mr Iddrisu Sunday won the second vice chair slot with 268 votes
Mr Sulemana Salifu won the secretary position with 321
Peter Kwabena Dwomo Tufour polled 333 votes to win the position of Regional Treasurer
The Organiser position was won by Alhaji Abdullah Hindu
The Women organiser position was won by Hajia Amana Sayibu
Alhaji Rashid Salifu beat his only contender, Mr Bukari Shamuna Gaazy with 570 votes to win the Youth Organiser position
Thirty-six-year old businessman, Bernard Antwi-Boasiako, known as ‘wontumi’ has been elected as the new Ashanti Regional Chairman of the NPP
He polled 559 votes to beat former Deputy Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Kwame Osei-Prempeh, who polled 209 votes
Other executives elected were Mr. Abdul Rauf, First Vice-Chairman; Mrs. Beatrice Derkyi, Second Vice-Chairperson; Mr. Sam Pyne, Secretary; and Mr. Manaf Ibrahim, Assistant Secretary
The rest include Zeinabu Sallow, Treasurer; Mr. Kennedy Kankam, Organiser; Nana Ama Ampomah, Women’s Organiser; Mr. Justin Kodua, Youth Organiser; and Alhaji Mohammed Hamid, Nasara Coordinator.