The Dome Kwabenya NPP Constituency Executive Committee have rejected the acting MCE, Hon. Janet Tulasi Mensah over incompetence to endorse their Constituency Chairman Mr Robert Osei Bonsu, also known as Chairman Bonsu who is currently eyeing for the position as Municipal Chief Executive Officer for Ga East.
This wholly endorsement from the Executive Body is a unique call to the grassroots signifying the readiness to support Mr Osei Bonsu to fully discharge his potential abilities embedded in him to the course of their Great Party the NPP. Their endorsement to Chairman Osei Bonsu is a stronger indication that the Executive Body is a oneness one and as such the need to support their own to manage this Municipal and the end beneficiary being the grassroots in general.
According to the executives, they have come a longer way as a Party in the Constituency to steer their own affairs with a representation from within.
The executives have appealed to president Akuffo Addo to sack the incompetent acting MCE of GA East and bring in Chairman Bonsu
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