Mr Peter Mac Manu, National Chairman of New Patriotic Party (NPP) has called for extra hard work, intensification of campaign and adoption of new strategies towards Election 2012.
Addressing a thanksgiving service at the Jubilee Park in Takoradi, Mr Mac Manu expressed appreciation to supporters of the Party for their massive support even though it lost Election 2008.
The park was filled to capacity as many supporters and sympathisers clad in Party paraphernalia danced to brass band music.
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, NPP Presidential Candidate for Election 2008 expressed appreciation to activists, supporters and sympathisers of the Party for their support.
He urged Ghanaians to remain united and continued to be loyal to NPP in opposition.
Mrs Gladys Asmah, former Minister for Fisheries and former Member of Parliament for Takoradi, expressed appreciation to Ghanaians for a peaceful Election 2008.
She said NPP was grateful for their support and optimistic that in 2012, Ghanaians would return it to power.
Mrs Asmah urged Ghanaians especially activists, supporters and sympathisers of NPP to be faithful and united to sustain the Party.