Cote d’Ivoire NDC Chapter Inaugurated

 Alhaji Suraju-ImamThe executive of the National Democratic Congress(NDC) chapter in neighbouring Cote d’Ivoire has been inaugurated.

It has the task to mobilise NDC members in that country to contribute towards the growth of the party, and especially in retaining power in 2016.

The executives are, Alhaji Suraju-Imam, Chairman, Mr. Andrews Kwabena Owusu, Mr. Ansah Serebour, Hajia Fati Iddi Soule and Madam Golda Bentil as first, second, third and fourth Vice Chairman, respectively.

Others are, Mr Musah Slemana, Secretary; Mr. Peter Kwasi Akoto, Deputy Secretary; Mr Dokenoo Justice Kofi, Organizser; Hajia Fati Haruna, Deputy Organiser; Alhaji Baba Adam, Treasurer; Madam Fati Souley, Deputy Treasurer; Nana Emmanuel Addo Lardy, Financial Secretary; and Richard Newlove Amoah, Deputy Financial Secretary, among others.

The National Executive of the NDC was represented at the ceremony by Dr Carl Arhin, Deputy Director of International Relations, while the executive was sworn-in by Colonel Kaku Korsa, Western Regional Organiser of the NDC.

Alhaji Suraju-Imam, told journalists in Accra after the inauguration that the chapter was mindful of the task ahead, and gave assurance of their commitment to support the party.

Alhaji Suraju-Imam advised members of the party in Ghana to continue to rally behind President Mahama to fulfil the “Better Ghana Agenda”  promises made by the party to Ghanaians.

He said in spite of the current economic challenges facing the country, many Ghanaians were confident of the government’s ability to resolve the problem, saying there was a need for all to support the government.

He appealed to members of the party to continue to contribute their quota to the country’s development, and refrain from actions that have the potential of tarnishing the image of the party.

The NDC chapter in Cote d’Ivoire was formed in 1992, but was formally inaugurated in 2008.—GNA

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