Previous President John Mahama has uncovered that the NDC lost the Jomoro parliamentary seat in 2016 to the NPP in light of the fact that one individual from the gathering challenged as an Independent Candidate.
The previous President made the above articulation known on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at Bonyere in Jomoro where he was tending to a large number of NDC designates as a major aspect of his five-day Western Regional flagbearership battle visit.
The gathering’s up and coming presidential primaries has been slated for January 26, 2019, to choose its 2020 general decisions presidential hopeful.
Mr. Mahama is among other prominent hopefuls inside the NDC who have submitted selection structures to challenge including the previous Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA), Sylvester Mensah, and Nadowli Kaleo MP, Alban Bagbin.
Different hopefuls are Dr. Ekwow Spio Garbrah; a previous Trade and Industry Minister; Former Vice Chancellor of the University for Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), Prof. Joshua Alabi, Goosie Tanoh and Nurudeen Iddrisu.
Tending to the overflowing representatives and supporters of the gathering in front of the primaries, previous President John Mahama said the biometric framework presented by the gathering in 2016 to choose its parliamentary applicants made mischief the gathering thus constrained such a large number of washouts to go into the 2016 general decisions as Independent Candidates.
Mr. Mahama utilized Jomoro Constituency for instance that the framework made them lose the seat out of the blue to the NPP.
He said the gathering lost the seat on the grounds that the framework enabled some obscure gathering individuals to participate during the time spent choosing its hopeful.
“Actually Jomoro was one of the seat in the Western Region NDC was involving and lost to the NPP and what caused our thrashing was the Independent applicant who originated from our gathering in light of the utilization of the biometric framework which raised a great deal of contentions in this Constituency and this was in Jomoro as well as the entire Ghana and the framework made us lose progressively parliamentary seats in Parliament”, he stressed.
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