The New Patriotic Party's General Secretary hopeful Charles Bissue has resigned from the race. According to him, he has officially submitted his resignation letter to the Party's election committee at the National Headquarters. It's his belief that they will accept it in good fate.
Charles Bissue added that, although he has resigned from the race, he will support anybody who emerges victorious. He will fully support the upcoming new General Secretary with his knowledge.
Coming Saturday, the ruling New Patriotic Party will go into a Congress. The main agenda is to elect National officers who will steer the affairs of the party for the next four years.
Current General Secretary John Boadu is still vying to maintain his position. Although there are other contenders, it appears that John Boadu could retain his seat with a slight margin.
Charles Bissue and his team urged the electorates to vote for somebody who can easily help the party to break the 8.
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