The member of parliament for North Tongu constituency, honourable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has once again proven his integrity by holding and supervising one of the most peaceful branch elections in Ghana.
While many people end up causing havoc and confusion in their Constituency, Hon Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa ensured that he stood at the scene from morning since the election started till the entire process was over. He ensured high order and transparency throughout the process.
After the election, the member of parliament swore in the New executives and congratulated the indomitable NDC in the beloved constituency for the peaceful, comradely and successful branch elections at all our 152 branches.
Speaking about his efforts in ensuring the peaceful elections, the member of parliament said it was an amazing experience touring various branches, and particularly joining his fellow branch members at Aveyime Sallem to elect the branch executives.
"Wishing all retained and newly elected executives a victorious term — we shall work together to set more records.
Let’s continue to build a stronger party, and most importantly let’s keep using the NDC as an inspirational vehicle of hope and transformation"
Here are some interesting photos from the scene
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