NPP Polls: Regional Elections Were Generally Successful – John Boadu

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has stated that the regional delegates’ conference held over the weekend (27 to 29 May) has been nothing, but successful.

According to the party, “with the exception of the Central Region, which is the only region that has not yet been able to hold its regional annual delegates’ conference owing to a court process that was duly served on the party, the regional annual delegates’ conference came off successfully in all the 15 regions of the country.”

The statement signed by the general secretary of the NPP, John Boadu said it is the expectation of the party that all the court processes would be disposed of to allow for the conduct of the regional conference within the shortest possible time.

The party added that it will soon issue appropriate rules and regulations for the conduct of the national annual delegate’s conference to elect national executives.

Read the full statement below

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Bawumia calls for a united front after regional elections

Meanwhile, Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has called for unity within the rank and file of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) after the party’s successful regional elections over the weekend.

Twelve incumbent regional chairmen of the NPP retained their seats after the exercise, which was held in 15 regions. Out of the 12 who retained their positions, the Western regional chairman, Francis Ndede Siah, went unopposed.

Bawumia described the elections as impressive.

“Impressive show of intra-party democracy so far exhibited by the New Patriotic Party in the conduct of elections from the polling stations to the regional level,” the vice-president posted on Facebook on Monday (30 May).

“Congratulations to all competing parties,” Bawumia said. “We should be more poised, now than ever, to forge unity for a stronger party. Even though the contestants may have been on opposing sides, let us all remember that we are one family, the Kukrudu family. Once again, ayekoo to all party faithful for this success.”

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