Hon. Tannor Kwadwo James of the NDC (Tain Constituency Secretary) in the Bono Region says he has full confidence that the Branch Executive elections of the NDC party currently on-going in the Tain Constituency shall be organized free from any chaotic incident.
He accordingly urged the party, both his constituency and others to distinguish and ensure the elections are free and devoid of all manner of violence.
The National Executive Committee of the NDC has recently announced a roadmap for its internal reorganization including elections of party executives for the branches, constituencies, region, and at the national level. He commended the leadership of the party for finally coming to the fore stage.
In an exclusive interview on Tain FM Anopa Nkommo show with Appiah Kubi, the NDC Constituency Secretary added that the executives must not allow their personal expectations to materialize under any circumstances that may lead to violence. He therefore pray for peaceful elections.
He stated, "It is very important to distinguish and set ourselves apart from chaotic instances. To do this, we must ensure that the guidelines as set out by NEC are strictly followed in as much as the conduct of the elections is concerned".
He further reiterated that there should be no Hijacking of Processes and there should be transparency in all aspects of the elections.
Hon. Tannor revealed that the Constituency Executive Committee had programmed itself to complete the exercise within 4 days starting from Monday 1st August and end on Thursday 4th August 2022.
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