NPP Internal Wrangling Resolved?


The Daily Observer has reliably gathered that in 24 hours time, beginning yesterday, the internal wrangling among partisans of the former ruling National Patriotic Party (NPP) will be history, according to acting party chairman Randolph Cooper.
Mr. Cooper said the aggrieved NPP partisans are set to resolve their dispute within 24 hours, commending both sides of the plalava in uniting its members.
At a press conference held yesterday at the NPP headquarters in Congo Town, Monrovia, Mr. Cooper said the decision by divided partisans to resolve their “domestic” differences would become history within the NPP, and that the party is set to make progress when the misunderstanding is resolved.
Mr. Cooper said the party is optimistic that the mechanism put in place to resolve their internal wrangling will help not only to resolve the impasse, but to move the party to the best level to get prepared ahead of the 2017 elections.
“After a long day meeting with the National Elections Commission, the disputed partisans agreed to settle their disagreement and reassured the NEC of resolving the impasse in 24 hours,” he said.
Mr. Cooper noted that this will prove to Liberians that the NPP remains steadfast and ready to move forward and expressed appreciation of the NEC which helped to unite its members.
He added that the party’s interest supersedes every individual interest in the country and hailed all the actors, including lawmakers, other partisans, for their role in resolving the dispute.


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