The resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC) has defended its choice not to be available at the as of late held New Patriotic Party (NPP) National Delegates’ Conference in Koforidua, Eastern Region on Saturday, July 11, 2018 to demonstrate solidarity to the decision party.
There were delegates of other resistance parties who shared altruism messages at Saturday’s occasion, aside from the NDC.
The administering NPP claims it sent three welcome letters to the NDC and the Minority in Parliament yet they neglected to appear.
As indicated by John Boadu, recently chose General Secretary of the NPP, the letters were sent right on time to empower the NDC get ready satisfactorily for the occasion. Likewise, he said the beneficiary of the letters marked to recognize receipt of the welcomes.
In any case, as per the NDC administration, they issued an announcement guiding every one of its individuals to suspend each political action in memory of the late Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, who apparently crumbled at the Air Force Gym in Accra half a month back amid an exercise; consequently their non-appearance at the NPP National Delegates Conference.
In any case, checks by Peacefmonline.com and the generation group of Peace FM’s Kokrokoo uncover that the NDC didn’t really blacklist the NPP agents’ meeting because of that mandate, since it hosts been built up that the resistance gathering conducted some voting public races throughout the end of the week, particularly at Assin South, Ningo-Prampram and different voting demographics.
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