On Tuesday afternoon, members of the Elections Committee of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will meet with all ten of the candidates who took part in the Super Delegates Conference that recently concluded.
According to individuals who spoke to JoyNews, the gathering would provide them the chance to voice any complaints they have over the way the activity is being carried out.
Aspirants who have evidence of any wrongdoing or misconduct on the part of party members will be permitted to present that information during the course of the meeting, and necessary steps will be taken in response to it.
NPP Super Delegates’ Conference: All 10 candidates to meet Election Committee
During the course of the conference, there were a lot of charges and allegations made.
For instance, following the event, one of the candidates, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, issued a press statement condemning an alleged assault on his North East Regional Coordinator while the election was taking place. The statement was issued on Sunday, August 27, and it was made public.
As far as he was concerned, the action was completely unjustified and pointless given that his representative had not broken any rules at the polling place.
The episode, according to the former Minister of Trade and Industry, was a stain on the democratic process that took place within the party.
“However, I would want to express my profound grief regarding the vicious assault that was committed against my polling agent in the North East Region. He stated that this was an indelible stain on the integrity of the NPP’s internal democratic process. “This is an indelible blot,”
A portion of his release read, “I wish my colleague a speedy recovery and God’s manifold blessings and would like to assure him and his family of my unwavering support for his well-being,” and it was clear that he was concerned for the health of both him and his family.
In addition, Kennedy Agyapong, who finished in second place in the race, made threats against several party figures in a video that went viral on both social media and traditional media and was extensively shared. These threats were made during the election.
He made a solemn vow to engage in a “showdown” with President Akufo-Addo and Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia.
His reaction was predicated on a claim that his polling agent for the North East Region was intimidated and forced to go into hiding, and it was because of this allegation that his outburst occurred.