Ashanti NDC cadres worried over party wrangling

ERIC OPOKU - BRONG AHAFOThe Ashanti Regional Executive committee of the United Cadres Front (UCF) of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has expressed concern about what they describe as “wrangling within the party hierarchy” in the region.

In a press statement signed by the Regional Chairman, Nana Yaw Kwabiah, and issued to The Ghanaian Times here, the UFC called on all and sundry within the party to exercise a lot of restraint and caution and be mindful of unifying the rank and file of the membership of the party in the region to achieve the President’s desire of the one million votes for the crucial elections.

According to the statement, party unity cannot be downplayed nor compromised at this time and “we urge all the leadership of the party, branch, constituency and regional levels to endeavour to make it their cardinal point to unify the rank and file of the party now”.

The statement said there are many momentous developmental projects going on in the Ashanti Region which include district hospitals, roads, potable water, and the Kumasi 37 Military hospital, among others that “we should concern ourselves with and educate the electorates to know the good works of the government.

It believed that “when all stakeholders such as cadres, party executives, past party executives, former parliamentary candidates, former members of parliament, former district chief executives and all senior members(founding fathers and patrons, council of elders) are brought on board, we would achieve the Better Ghana Agenda.

The statement stressed “we the regional executives of the UFC are ever prepared and pledge our unflinching support for the party in the region to ensure unity in our quest to move this great party forward to achieve the agenda 2016 and the second term of President John Mahama”

From Kingsley E. Hope, Kumasi

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