The National Democratic Congress (NDC) former Organizer, Yaw Boateng Gyan, has questioned the national leadership of the party on what they are still waiting for before organizing elections to elect their flagbearer and other executives that will lead the party for the 2024 general elections.
Mr Yaw Boateng Gyan, on Okay FM morning show today stated that election of the party's leading force for the next general elections is long overdue. He noted that even the NPP who is currently in power has begun a solid journey to elect their executives that will lead the party come 2024. He added they are in their final stage which has been scheduled for this July 2022.
He is calling on the rank and file of the national leadership to start an immediate process to elect the various executive that will lead the party.
Touching on whether Former President Mahama should be maintained as the flagbearer for the next elections, Mr Yaw Boateng Gyan said, party should allow anyone who want to contest for the flagbearership to come on board. He believes they are qualified characters in the party that should not be allowed to compete if they so desire.
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