Serve NDC well, you’ll be rewarded -Asiedu Nketia

 Asiedu Nketia

Asiedu Nketia

General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, Johnson Asiedu Nketia has urged all party members, especially those seeking to become leaders to serve the party well assuring them their efforts will be recognised in due course.

He noted that members do not need to be in leadership to be able to serve the party.

Mr Nketia was speaking to members of the party in Bole-Bamboi after the swearing-in of new constituency executives.

He recalled how he dedicated himself to serving the party when he was just a Member of Parliament, earning him the name ‘General Mosquito’ adding that his dedication to the party made it easy for him to become General Secretary when he contested for the position years later.

“You don’t need to hold an office in the NDC to play your role as a true party member because those who contested and could not make it tells you that party has indicated that this time is not your time to lead.

“But it is still your time to serve so do well and distinguish yourself so that next time the party will find you worthy to lead in whatever capacity you seek office.

“The new leadership will not introduce anything that seeks to soil our democratic process as a country or our law-abiding nature as the National Democratic Congress in the name of the party,” Mr Nketia assured.

He was in Bole to help resolve issues that was obstructing the election in the constituency.

Before the election, a group called ‘The Hawks’ in Bole-Bamboi stormed the premises of the Electoral Commission (EC) at the Bole District Assembly to prevent officials of the Commission from moving to the voting centre with the reason there was an injunction on the election at a Tamale high court because of some anomalies on the delegates list.

Upon deliberations, however, it was revealed that the case had been struck out of court.

Another group called ‘Our Men’ also went to the EC office in Bole to stop ‘The Hawks’ from heckling the officials resulting in some confusion but the leadership of the party led by Mr Nketia swiftly came in to cool tempers after which there was a smooth election. –

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