Politics Sun, 30 Nov 2014

NDC begins vetting of aspiring national executives

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) will commence vetting of aspiring national executives from Sunday November 30.

The vetting will take place at the party’s national headquarters in Accra. About 104 candidates who completed the nomination process are expected to go through vetting which ends on Wednesday December 3, 2014.

115 candidates across the country picked up nomination forms to contest the party’s national executive positions.

The first batch of aspirants will undergo the vetting process at 10 am on Sunday.

Three persons are contesting for the women organizer position, 11 for the Deputy Women Organizer position, 6 for the Youth Organizer and 11 for the Deputy Youth Organizers position.

Four candidates are contesting for the National Chairman position, 2 General Secretary, National Organizer – 3, while 4 persons are contesting to become the party’s Treasurer.


The rest are Propaganda Secretary – 3 and 13 for National Executive Committee (NEC) members.

They will be vetted on Tuesday, December 2.

On Wednesday December 3, vice chairmen (17), deputy general secretaries (6), deputy national organizers (4), deputy treasurer (5) and 12 contestants for two deputy propaganda positions will be vetted.

Apart from the youth and women organizers positions vetting which begin at 10 am, the remaining categories will start at 2pm on scheduled days. The party has scheduled the youth and women organizers conference for Saturday December 6.

Meanwhile the party’s National Delegates Congress has been rescheduled to December 20.

Source: citifmonline.com