The New Patriotic Party has introduced a ten part board of trustees to audit the conditions that prompted the gathering’s mind-boggling triumph in the 2016 race and present a report inside the following a month and a half.
The council which is led by Dr. Opoku Adusei, is relied upon to make an autonomous survey of the gathering’s execution and present a report which would frame a reason for the gathering’s future race methodologies.
Different individuals on the council are Evans Nimako, Dr. Ohene Konadu, Joyce Boateng, Rita Asobayere, and Alhassan Suleman.
The rest are Nelson O. Ansah, Mr. Kusi Boafo, Mr. Osei Agyei, and Dr. Mark Bediako.
Mr. John Boadu, Acting General Secretary of the gathering, who initiated the board on Wednesday, said the gathering would give a genuine examination of the race nationwide, on structures and operations at all levels.
He said the advisory group would likewise give a targeted survey of the present condition of the gathering and its association with government.
Mr. Boadu said the New Patriotic Party took the perception of the way that each political program required a basic survey of execution and had led such audits after each race since the 1992 races.
“At the point when the gathering trusted that the 1992 presidential race was fixed, it did an audit of the decision and thought of the prevalent Stolen Verdict record”.
“In like manner, the 1996 presidential and parliamentary decisions were investigated by the gathering and the lessons learned and botches revised slung the gathering’s into winning the 2000 races overwhelmingly. The gathering delivered what was known as the Bought Verdict,” he said.
Mr. Boadu said the Heymann Committee of 2008 looked into why the New Patriotic Party lost the 2008 races and a portion of the suggestions given brought about the revisions of the gathering’s constitution in 2009.
All of you think about the strange conditions under which the 2012 races were proclaimed by the Electoral Commission and even the Supreme Court proclamation on the presidential race appeal to recorded by the then presidential applicant and now the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. The 2012 race was looked into too, he said.
He said the administration of the gathering would survey the board of trustees’ report and strategize for future decisions.
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