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Ahafo Ano South-East DCE Congratulates Newly Elected Party Executives



The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Ahafo Ano South-East, Mr Thomas Owusu Ansah has lauded the effort of the newly elected constituency executives of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for immerging victorious in their elections.

He said, their victory was a call to duty to serve the Party diligently to win power in 2024
general elections.

“The victory for this Party in 2024 general elections both parliamentary and presidential, would depend on how much effort and resources you would marshal collectively to work in the Constituency”, he told the new executives.

The DCE made the statement at Constituency Delegates Conference of the NPP in the Ahafo Ano South-East held at Adugyama Senior High School on Sunday May 1, 2022.

Mr Owusu Ansah, in an equal measure, congratulated the outgoing executives for their dedicated service to the well-being of Party.

He said, the outgoing executives had served well in their various capacities, and deserve to be commented.

He thanked delegates for comporting themselves well, and chosing candidates to lead the Constituency in the best interest of the Party.

At the close of polls, Mr Kwadwo Owusu garnered 247 votes to beat Mr Kwaku Addo who got 200 votes, to retain his seat as the constituency Chairman.

Mr Prince Addo obtained 300 votes to snatch the First Vice position from the incumbent Mr Adu Yaw Stephen, who managed only 148 votes.

Mr Kwadwo Agyei Emmanuel retained his Second Vice post with 230 votes with his close and only contender Mr Dabo Augustine polling 216 votes.

In the Secretary contest, the incumbent, Mr Joseph Acheampong maintained his post with 234 to beat Mr Issah Ibrahim and Mr Kwaku Agyei Ayitey who obtained 201 and 10 votes respectively.

The a Assistance Secretary position went to Mr Paul Gyawu who had 169 votes to beat his two contenders, Mr George Boakye , and Mr Allan Baidoo with 121 and 154 votes respectively . Four votes were rejected .

With 260 votes, Mr Daniel Nyamekye outmuscled his two contenders, Mr Evans Kwaku Amofa and Mr Thomas Okyere, who had 114 and 73 votes respectively.

An ace sports journalist and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Executives Committee Member, Mr Fredrick Acheampong overwhelmingly beat the incumbent Treasurer, Mr Kwabena Boadu with 337 votes obtained. The latter managed only 111 votes.

Christiana Owiriduaa stunned her two other contenders in Women’s Organiser race with 222 votes whiles Esther Annor, and Josephine Pokuah managed 125 and 100 votes respectively.

In the Youth Organiser contest, Mr Clifford Adu Yeboah’s 175 votes obtained was enough to beat Messrs Buabeng Christopher and Ernest Kwarteng who had 146 and 121 votes in that particular order.

The incumbent Mr Yusif Musah had no contestant for NASARA Coordinator post.

Professor Peter Twumasi, the Director General of National Sports Authority who graced the constituency delegates conference on behalf of national and regional executives of the NPP, was full of praise for constituency elections committee led by Mr Joseph Agyeman- Dapaah, former DCE, for organising the conference to the expectation of the Party.

He also congratulated the new executives for their victory, and appealed to winners and losers to join hands to win power for the Party in next general elections.

He further thanked security officers, electoral commission, and election observers for making sure the conference was conducted in a congenial atmosphere.

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President Akuffo Addo begins 4-day tour of Ashanti




The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will on Monday October 17, 2022 visit the Kumasi based OTEC 102.9 FM for a an exclusive interview on their breakfast show “Nyansapo “

The regular host of the show who happens to be one of the popular broadcasters in the region, Andrews Korankye Akuoko, affectionary known as Captain Koda will moderate the show.

The visit forms part of a four-day tour of the Ashanti Region which begun on Sunday October 16, 2022.

President Akufo-Addo commenced his tour with a church service at the Saint Cyprians Anglican Church at Fante New in the Kumasi Metropolis.

President Akuffo Addo will later call on the Asante Otumfour Osei Tutu II at the Manhyia Palace after which he will proceed to inspect the ongoing works at Boankra Inland Port Project.

The president will also Commission the long waited Konongo Municipal Hospital in the Asante Akyem Central Municipality.

The president will among other things get comprehensive briefings of security situation in the region from the Ashanti Regional Security Council (REGSEC) and Meeting with Security Officers at Headquarters of Central Command IDRIS Barracks.

One of the major highlights of the tour is the sod cutting event of the four tier Suame Interchange, and per the schedule, President will cut the sod on Tuesday October 18, 2022 which happens to be the third day of his tour.



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National | Politics: Early NPP Flagbearer elections will ensure enough time to prepare for 2024 polls – Subin MP




There are fresh calls within the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) for an early congress to elect the flagbearer of the party ahead of the 2024 election.

The party is yet to announce modalities for the election of the person to lead the NPP into the next election.

Several names of bigwigs in the party like Vice-President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Trades Minister, Alan Kyeremanten and others have come up as persons who may contest the flagbearership position.

But speaking to JoyNews, MP for the Subin Constituency, Eugene Boakye Antwi noted that electing the flagbearer early affords the party and the individual enough time to prepare for what will be a crucial election in 2024.

“Going by experience, my view is that let us hold the super delegates as early as say next spring, March thereabouts, give them four or five months to campaign around the country. By August when Parliament is on recess like this, we vote for both Parliamentary and Presidential, get it off the way.

“The most important thing is that we must look at the party. Akufo-Addo will not be a candidate in 2024 so whoever the candidate will be at that time is the one we should be aiming at selecting, partnering the President in terms of all these Regional tours the President is doing,” he said.

The Legislator recounted how late the party elected its Flagbearer prior to the 2008 elections which he said affected the outcome of the election results.

For this reason, Eugene Boakye Antwi believes the party must not delay in electing its flagbearer for the 2024 elections.

“I am saying that because of what happened to Akufo-Addo in 2008… Nana Akufo-Addo had only about six months to campaign at that time Mills and Mahama had split up the country into two and going various ways, it did affect us,” he recalled.

According to him, the early election of the Flagbearer has the tenacity to affect the outcome of the elections since it affords the party enough time to campaign.

“You give the flagbearer six months before the end of the year so any housekeeping duties will be dealt with at the time…just before Christmas, they hit the ground running they have one year to campaign and you will see the results,” he noted.

Source: Myjoyonline

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Politics: NDC starts constituency elections next week, National Congress slated for December 17




The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has approved guidelines for the Party’s constituency, regional, and national elections for the next three months.

About  7,900 executives are expected to be elected in a total of 876 elections at the constituency, regional, and national elections.

The Party’s Branch elections, held in about 29,000 branches of the Party across the country, is expected to be completed next week to pave way for the next round of elections.

Per the guidelines, the Party will hold its Constituency elections between 22nd and 23rd October, 2022, while the regional elections would be held between 12th and 13th November, 2022.

The National Congress will be held on December 17, 2022.

Addressing a news conference in Accra on Thursday, Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia, General Secretary, NDC, said all aspirants must be members in good standing and must have joined the Party for at least 4 years.

He said a 5-member elections committee would be constituted to supervise the elections at all levels.

Mr Nketia said nomination forms for all the elections would be made available online and that payment for picking and filing of nomination forms would be done electronically.

The NDC will open nominations for its Constituency elections between 20th and 22nd September, 2022, and filing of nominations is slated for 28th to 29th September, 2022.

The nominees would be vetted between 30th September and 2nd October, 2022, and the hearing of appeals would be done on October 5, 2022.

Mr Asiedu Nketia said the opening of nominations at the regional elections would be done between  October 6 and  October 7, 2022, and the filing of nominations between October 14 and October 15, 2022.
He said the main regional elections would be heralded by the Regional Youth Organiser and Women’s Organiser conferences slated for November 11, 2022.

Regarding the National Congress, the NDC will open nominations between 20th and 21st October, 2022, and filing of nominations would be received from 5th November, to  6th November, 2022.

“We will hold the National Youth Organiser and Women conferences on Saturday, December 10, 2022, and the main national Congress will be held on December 17, 2022,” Mr Nketia said.

Filling fees

The NDC said persons living with any form of disability would be offered 50 per cent discount on the filing fees at all levels.

Mr Nketia said aspirants for the Constituency Chairmanship position would pay a filing fee of GHS600 while those vying for the Constituency Vice Chairman, Secretary, Organiser,  Treasurer, and Communications Officer positions will pay GHS400.

Aspirants for the Regional Chairmanship positions would pay a filing fee of GHS 4,000, and those vying for the Regional, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Organiser,  Treasurer, and Communications Officer positions will pay GHS3,000.

“The Youth, Women, and Zongo Caucus Coordinators will pay GHS2,000 and all other deputies will pay GHS1,500,” Mr Nketia said.

The Party said it was yet to finalise the guidelines for the national elections.

As part of measures to address challenges associated with the Tertiary Education Institutions Network (TEIN), Mr Nketia said the Party had resolved that any TEIN Branch must have been credited for at least since 2020 to be eligible to participate in the elections.

Source: GNA


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