NDC polls: Elect only competent leaders - Commonwealth Hall Branch Executives urge delegates
Ahead of Saturday's National Delegate Congress, branch executives at the Commonwealth Hall in the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency in the greater Accra Region have goaded delegates to elect competent and loyal leaders capable of delivering victory for the party come 2020.
In a statement, the Branch Chairman, Ananpansah Solomon urged delegates to vote decisively, adding that, it is now or never to embrace the values of probity, accountability and stability.
"There is the need now more than ever, to embrace the values of probity, accountability and stability. Let us decisively elect people based only on competence, loyalty to our party and with the firm believe that their involvement in leadership would inure to the greater picture of victory in election 2020,"he said.
The group admonished members to desist from engaging in acts that have the tendency of affecting the chances of the party moving into election 2020, describing the prospects of the party as "green".
The NDC party will tomorrow, Saturday November 17, go to the Trade Fair Centre in Accra to elect national executives to steer the affairs of the party for the next four years.
Over 28 delegates from each of the 275 constituencies, and a total 9,350 delegates, 5,650 observers are expected to throng the Trade Fair Centre, La, for the Congress.
Ten (10) positions are up for grabs with a total of 65 candidates vying for the various positions.
The positions are: National Chairman, Vice-Chairman, General Secretary, Deputy General Secretary, National Organizer, Deputy National Organiser, Communications Officer, Deputy Communications Officer, National Executive Committee Members and the Zongo caucus coordinator.
So far, the race for national chairman and general secretary have been adjudged the most keen.
Read full statement below:
15th November, 2018
Solidarity message ahead of the 9th delegates’ congress.
Come Saturday, the 17th of November, we would as a party go to the polls to elect our new set of leaders to sail our party to victory come 2020.
As green as this prospect may seem, it would be wishful thinking if we do not set aside some needless impediments that have the tendency of crippling the chances of the party ahead of the 2020 election.
There is the need now than ever, to embrace the values of probity, accountability and stability. Let us decisively elect people base on competence, loyalty to our great party and with the firm believe that their involvement in leadership would inure to the greater picture of victory 2020.
On this humble note, we the Commonwealth Hall Branch Executives wish all delegates coming from the length and breadth of the country travelling mercies.
To the contestants; best wishes and a heart to accommodate whatever the outcome may be. In the end, it would be victory for the NDC and Ghana at large.