One of the defeated candidates who vied for the position of NPP Upper East Regional Youth Organizer in the recent Regional Executives Election, Latif Solomon has urged all his colleagues who contested in the election but lost to rally behind the winners to enable the party win against the ruling NDC in 2016.
While calling on the delegates not to be aggrieved over their candidates’ loses, Mr. Solomon urged the newly elected executives of the party to do their best to restore unity among members of the party. He spoke in an exclusive interview with A1 News.
Latif Solomon was one of three candidates who contested for the position of Upper East Regional Youth Organizer of the NPP. He obtained 114 votes to place second behind the winner Bashiru Ibrahim who obtained 131 votes.
As a native of the Bongo Constituency, Mr. Solomon attributed his defeat to the court injunction that prevented delegates from the Bongo Constituency from voting in the election.
By: Joshua Asaah | A1radioonline.com | Ghana