The statement signed by the General Secretary, John Boadu reads as;
"It would be recalled that the NPP, in a Press Release, dated 13th of April, 2022, announced the decision of the Party's National Executive Committee which met a day earlier, to hold the Party's 2022 Constituency Annual Delegates Conference between 28th April and 2nd May, 2022.
However, in view of the up ing Statutory Holidays of May Day and Eid-Ul-Fitr Day, there has been public speculation that the selected days could be impacted by these Statutory Holidays.
The Party, by this Release, affirms that the dates for the Constituency Annual Delegates Conference remains the 28th of April to May 2nd as earlier communicated.
Accordingly, it is the responsibility of the duly constituted Constituency Elections Committee to determine an appropriate day within the given period to conduct the Conference and hold the elections under the supervision of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, in accordance with the Party's Rules and Regulations.
The affirmation of the dates of 28th April to 2nd May, 2022, was made by the Party's National Steering Committee at an emergency meeting held on Sunday, 24th April, 2022, pursuant to Article 10(10)(1) of the Party Constitution.
The Party, once again, wishes to take this opportunity to wish all prospective Candidates in the Constituency elections the best of LUCK."
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