Politics Wed, 2 May 2018
A lecturer at the University for Development Studies -WA campus, and a member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Dr. Godfred Seidu Jasaw has congratulated newly elected branch executives of the NDC in the Wa East Constituency.In a Facebook post on his page, the staunch NDC sympathiser expressed his joy over the peaceful election of the new constituency executives.
Dr. Jasaw also commended members and leadership of the Wa East Constituency NDC for ensuring the election exercise was successful.
“I salute the current constituency executives and the teams they put together for the sacrifices in making this exercise a success. To those, who couldn’t make it into the branch executive committees, I urge you not to relent in your quest to fight for our party and country in other roles,” he wrote on his timeline.
Dr. Jasaw who is known as one of the researchers and financiers of the NDC is also believed to be lacing his boots to contest the party’s upcoming parliamentary primaries at the Wa East Constituency in the Upper West Region.
Read Dr. Godfred Seidu Jasaw’s post below
I wish to express my heartfelt congratulations to the NDC family in the Wa East Constituency for the successful conduct of our branch elections. I’m particularly elated that for many branches, consensus was arrived at on who forms the membership of the branch executive committee. This is a clear demonstration that dialogue and mutual commitment to unity was at play. I urge everyone to keep up the spirit of dialogue and sustain the interest generated as we continue efforts at reorganizing for victory 2020.
I salute the current constituency executives and the teams they put together for the sacrifices in making this exercise a success. To those, who couldn’t make it into the branch executive committees, I urge you not to relent in your quest to fight for our party and country in other roles.
Finally, I call on all of us to go about campaigns for constituency executive offices devoid of insults and divisive tendencies. We are one family and should all act as such, in order to be able to catch up on the many development challenges facing us.
Ey3 zu! Ey3 za!
Dr. Godfred Seidu Jasaw.
Source: Muniru Ibrahim