Thu, 27 Jul 2023 NPP

Don't undermine the policies of NEC — NPP Ho West parliamentary aspirants told

Don't undermine the policies of NEC — NPP Ho West parliamentary aspirants told

The Ho West Constituency Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP Hon. David Selorm Kwaku Dartey has urged all aspirants who have or yet to pick forms to pay much attention and obey the laydown rules and regulations guiding the Party's primaries.

He echoed this at the party's constituency office at Dzolokpuita in the Ho West when he handed over the nomination form to a 34-year-old Entrepreneur Mr. Godwin Mawutor Wuanka who picked his nomination Tuesday, July 25, 2023 to contest the Parliamentary Primaries in the party.

According to him, the party in the Ho West constituency is expecting about four aspirants to pick forms to contest the primaries.

He noticed that the NPP party in the Ho West is gaining ground by garnering about 10,000 votes in the 2020 general elections due to the hard work of the party members.

The constituency Secretary however send a signal to the opposition party that they are strongly coming to claim the Ho West seat since the party in the Ho West with a united front.

He urged the aspirants to launch a peaceful and friendly campaign.

"Go all out there to campaign, a campaign devoid of insult, but when it happens that way it will disturb the party, what you have for the party tells the delegates to vote for you.

"I can assure you that the election committee backed by the regional executives, anyone who will go contrary to the directives, that will not campaign in a good manner should know that this is just the beginning, you will pick forms, submit forms, go for vetting before the election so there are chances of disqualification of anyone if you fail to adhere to the directives," Mr. Dartey warns.

"We have given all of them an open ground to do whatever they want to do but should conform to the party's directives for a smooth campaign and whoever emerges as the winner we will all throw our support for victory 2024," he assures.

Evans Attah Akangla
Evans Attah Akangla

Volta Region CorrespondentPage: EvansAttahAkangla