The Upper East Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Anthony Namoo has heaped praises on delegates, aspirants and supporters of the party for the extreme show of comportment before, during and after the constituency level election in the region.
Mr Namoo, speaking on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East admitted that the election was conducted without any major fracas that would have marred the beauty of the process. He said while there were pockets of disagreements, none degenerated into a full-on violent altercation adding that the security services that were to ensure peace and calm during the process were basically ‘on a holiday’.
“It was very peaceful, there was no major incident. Even in Bawku where there is conflict, the exercise was so beautiful. I monitored the exercise and had to end in Bawku where the counting took place and the election was declared. Everybody was happy. Across the region, everything went on successfully,” he said.
Mr Namoo used the platform to congratulate winners of the elections and reminded all aspirants who could not make the cut to remember that the elections was an internal process thus there is the need for a renewed synergistic alliance to ensure the party retains power in the subsequent national election.
Meanwhile, Maxwell Chelimbalem has beaten his contenders to emerge as the Talensi Constituency Organiser at the just ended Constituency Delegates’ Conference which took place across the 15 constituencies in the Upper East Region.
Mr Chelimbalem said the win was a win for the NPP in the Talensi Constituency and a reminder that more needs to be done to ensure that the grassroots is mobilized for election 2024.
Michael Adombire has also been elected by delegates within the Bolgatanga Constituency to head the Constituency’s Youth Organiser portfolio. He beat his contender David Aboona with some 494 votes. Mr Aboona polled 296 out of the valid votes cast.
Speaking on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East, Mr Adombire described the process as a smooth and peaceful one.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana