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06.09.2005 Politics

Nkoranza youth commended for non-violent party politicking


Nkoranza (B/A), Sept. 6, GNA - Mr Kwabena Asante, Nkoranza District Electoral Officer, has commended the people, especially the youth for ensuring violence-free partisan politicking in the area. He advised the youth in other districts to emulate their counterparts in Nkoranza to promote unity, peace and understanding in their communities.

Mr Asante was speaking at the delegates' conference of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Nkoranza South Constituency at Nkoranza, during which new executive members were elected. He said he had enjoyed working at Nkoranza as the youth always comported themselves during elections, saying such behaviour of the people was a good trait of true democracy.

"Ghana is respected and admired for the peace and stability she is enjoying and we should not be divided by party politics as that would reverse the clock of development", he added.

Mr Owusu Baffoe was retained as Chairman, with Mr Victor Ameyaw as Vice Chairman. Mr Thomas Owusu-Ansah and Mr Sydney Osei, both retained their posts as Secretary and Assistant Secretary respectively. Other officers elected were Mr Evans Osei-Worae, Organizer, Mr Thomas Donyina, Assistant Organizer, Mrs Esther Owusu Baffoe, Women's Organizer and Mrs Morgan Afriyie, Assistant Women's Organizer.

The rest were Mr Abraham Appiah-Kubi, Treasurer, Mr Haruna Babbs, Assistant Treasurer, Mr Jerry Adjei, Youth Organizer, Mr Yaw Boateng, Assistant Youth Organizer, Nana Ankomako Brenya, Propaganda Secretary, Mr Charles Effah, Assistant Propaganda Secretary and Mr Thomas Baffoe-Sarkodie, Porter.