All set now for La Dade Kotopong NDC Delegates Confab

At long last the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in collaboration with the Greater Accra Regional Executive Committee have cleared all hurdles that made it impossible to hold constituency elections at the La Dade Kotopong Constituency. has gathered that similar higgledy-piggledy that caused the postponement of the delegates conference at Amassaman Constituenct in Ga West district but they have also been cleared now to hold their elections iimediately after that of La Dadekotopon.

According to the party’s election regulation, pursuant to Article 15 of the NDC’s Constitution as approved by the NEC, there shall be a constituency conference after a four year term.

The highly-anticipated La DadeKotopong NDC delegates’ conference was trapped by an improper registration of a branch executive at Burma Camp. Some current constituency executives allegedly influenced the act in the earlier planned election. This was detected, stopped and proper registration carried out.

The highly-anticipated La Dade Kotopong NDC delegates conference is expected to come of July 28, 2018.

The close to call contest is featuring over 50 aspirants who are aspiring for various positions from the chairmanship down to Zongo caucus in the area.

The positions at stake include; Chairmanship – 3 persons; Vice Chairman – 3; General Secretary – 4; Deputy Secretary – 3; Organiser – 3, Deputy Organiser – 2; Treasurer – 2, Deputy – 3; Communication Officer – 3, Deputy Communication Officer – 3; Women Organiser – 3 Deputy Women – 3; Youth Organiser – 3, Deputy Youth – 3; Zongo Caucus Co-Ordinator – 2 and 13 persons contesting for the position of eight (8) Executive Members.

Source: Delali A. Awuyeh





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