The Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC) submitted a text to the People's National Convention (PNC) competition to address the issue of disaster management or the risk of permanent suspension.
According to the EC, until the disaster is resolved, it will have nothing to do with political celebrations. “I would like to tell you that the Commission has decided to suspend all engagements with your party until the leadership crisis is resolved,” said a letter signed by the Commission’s vice-chairman, Samuel Tettey.
The letter, seen by 3news.Com, reports upon request from the PNC Country Chair that the Commission no longer oversees so-called internal elections, as agreed in a roadmap made public in a statement.
Father of Secretary General Janet Asana Nabla. With the roadmap in place, the PNC planned to begin reorganizing closer to the 2024 elections in October. However, a counterattack chose early 2023 as the starting date.
It remains to be seen how the celebration of the competition will play out following the EC's decision to no longer interact with it until internal conflicts are resolved.
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