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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has sworn into office the newly elected executives for the Bortianor Ngleshie Amanfrom constituency.
The new constituency chairman, Bright Atsu Modzaka, in a speech at the ceremony on Friday at the Tokuse Community Center, Amanfrom, congratulated all eight executives elected to steer the affairs of the constituency for the next four years.
He also advised all executives to be committed and work hard to recapture votes in 2020.
“Elections are over and now it’s NDC and nothing else” he said.
“I urge all branch executives to be law abiding and put up good behavior in order for the party to put its house in order to recapture power come 2020,” he added.
The following form the new constituency Executive body.
Bright Atsu Modzaka -Chairman
Nene Agbo Tetteh Shaibu -Vice Chairman
Sam Ampiah -Secretary
Dan Bright Abayateye – Deputy Secretary
Isaac Nelson Akrobotu -Organiser
Dawud Kweitsu -Deputy Organiser
Andrews Quarshie -Youth Organiser
Ezekiel M. Nanor -Deputy youth organiser (unopposed)
Gloria Dosoo-Deputy Women Organiser
Rockson Saka Allotey – Communications Officer
Mortey Edward -Deputy Communications Officer
Abdallah Adams-Deputy Treasure
Edward Mortey, on behalf of his colleagues promised to be tolerant and work with the people in the constituency.
“Indeed there is a wind of change blowing all over the region and BNAC is come” he said.
“The current leadership promises to be more tolerant, focused, determined and results oriented and finally sent a signal to the NPP that the current leadership would be a tough side to reckon with,” he added.
The ceremony attracted big wigs from the region, past constituency executives, branch executives, party faithfuls and sympathizers from all walks of life.
Party big wigs in the Greater Accra region present at the event Alhaji Yahyah kundow (Treasurer), Alhaj shita, Zongo coordinator.
The NDC held its constituency elections across the country on June 23. That of the BNAC came off at the Kings University College at Aplaku.
Source: Priscilla Anum-Noi