The New Patriotic Party has constituted Regional Reconciliation Committees to help assuage the pain and hurt that may be lurking in the various units of the party in constituencies across the country.
This was contained in a statement signed and made public by the General Secretary of the NPP, Justin Frimpong Kodua.
“The leadership of the New Patriotic Party, in consultation with the respective Regional Executive Committees, has constituted regional reconciliation committees. These committees are tasked with fostering unity and reconciliation within the party in every constituency in their respective regions. The committees are further tasked with resolving any issues that have emanated from all party activities or events, including but not limited to polling station elections, constituency elections, regional elections, national elections, presidential elections, and parliamentary elections,” the statement read.
The Regional Committees are made up of known party members within the various regions.
In the Upper East Region, seven individuals have been selected by the party to lead the process.
They are: Alhaji Farouk Hamza, Prof. Paul B. Tanzubil, Sir Alfred Ndago, Tangoba Abayage, Dr. Susana Aga Alo, Edward Nchor and Stanley Yaw Mort.
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