A group known as Set the Ball Rolling of the People’s National Convention (PNC) in the Upper East Region has asked its national executives including the Party Chairman to step aside from running the affairs of the Party.

The group says,the National Executives have failed in managing the affairs of the party hence, should not be allowed to further drain the party’s resources.

According to ‘Set the Ball Rolling of the People’s National Convention’ ,the National executives since 2015 have failed to organize grass-root, constituency and regional elections for the forthcoming 2020 general elections – talk less of putting measures to select Parliamentary candidates in all the 275 constituencies in the country.

In a press statement issued and copied A1 News, it reads, “We have observed that our national executives since voted into power on 15 December 2015 which their tenure of office expired in 2019 December 14th, only left us with the legacy of disappointments. Members of the party have been left to paddle their own canon reason we lost confidence in them.”

The convener of the group, Mr. Peter Akunlibe Gbanwaa who could not hide his disappointments on the party National Chairman, Bernard Mornah, added that “We only left with five months to elections yet we don’t know the fate of the party. Their tenure of office was a wasted period. We are calling on all national executives members to step aside from this 2nd July 2020 in other for the council of elders for the party to put in interim executives to elect new executive members across the structure of the party nationwide.”

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Failure to honor our request, Mr. Gbanwaa said,legal action would be taken seriously against them.

“We are giving them a week ultimatum to adhere to our directed and if they failed to honor, then it means they don’t want the party progress hence legal action will be enforced. We will take them to court if they don’t listen to us”.He fumed.





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