The former Parliamentary Candidate for the Bongo Constituency in the Upper East Region, Peter Ayinbisa, is insisting that his decision whether to participate in the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) parliamentary primaries cannot be made public as the party’s processes towards the election of parliamentary candidates have not begun.
Speaking on the Day Break Upper East Show to Mark Smith, the current Regional Communications Director for the NPP, Mr. Ayinbisa explained that for the interest of the party, he would have to allow the processes to begin officially before making his decision known.
“The party processes have not begun. Others have made their interest public. People like us, who are very used to the system and have gone through the processes, we do not need to do anything, as it were, now. Let us allow the system to work. When the nominations are open, we will know those who would go,” he said.
He continued to say, “if I say I’ll go, I’ll create problems. If I say I won’t go, I’ll create problems so I am inbetween.”
Meanwhile, Solomon Zinekena, the immediate past Constituency Secretary for the National Democratic Congress in the Talensi Constituency of the Upper East Region, has made public his decision to contest the party’s primaries in the hope of leading the NDC to the polls in the 2024 election.
Speaking to Mark Smith on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show, Mr. Zinekena explained that he had dedicated close to two decades of his life in full service of the party and thus wants to continue to serve the party in a higher capacity now.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana