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NDC Goes to the Poll to Elect National Executives on Nov 17

The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) will hold its National Executive Congress to elect leaders to steer the affairs of the party for the next four years.

The congress which is expected to take place on November 17, 2018 at the Trade Fair Centre in the Greater Accra Region will attract about 9,350 delegates from the 275 constituencies across the country.

About 66 people are contesting for available positions including National Chairman (or chairperson), Vice Chairmen, General Secretary, Deputy General Secretary, National Organizer, National Deputy Organizer, Communications Officer, Deputy Communications Officer, NEC and Zongo Caucus.

Earlier, the party on October 27, 2018, elected its National Youth Organiser and deputies as well as Women Organiser and the deputies.

The voting, held at Pentecost Convention Centre at Gomoa Feteh in the Central Region, saw former Deputy Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dr. Hanna Bissiw elected the National Women’s Organiser with two others, Maame Efua and Abigail Elorm elected as deputies.

Also, the former Municipal Chief Executive of Akuapem North, George Opare Addo, got the nod as the National Youth Organizer of the party. And for the deputies, Edem Agbana and Ruth Dela were elected.

Founder of the party, former President Jerry John Rawlings had earlier cautioned delegates against choosing their leaders based on financial inducement and urged them to elect committed executives who will serve the interest of the party going into the future.

Meanwhile, the NDC is expected to set December 7, 2018 for the election of its flagbearer for the 2020 general elections in line with the party’s constitutional requirement to choose a flagbearer, 24 months before the next elections.

Below is the full list of NDC National executive position aspirants:

National Chairman

1. Betty Mould Iddrisu

2. Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo

3. Alhaji Huudu Yahaya

4. Danny Annang

5. Dan Abodakpi

 National Vice Chairman

1. Alhaji Amadu Bukari Sorogho

2. Said Sinare

3. Lawyer Adu- Yeboah

4. Sherry Ayittey

5. Yaw Owusu Obimpeh

6. Alhaji Sumaila Mahama

7. Dr Kwame Ampofo

8. Awudu S. Asorka

9. Seth Ofosu-Ohene

 General Secretary

1. Johnson Asiedu Nketiah

2.   Samuel Koku Sitsofe Anyidoho

Deputy General Secretary

1. Alhaji Nuru Hamidan

2. Barbara Serwaa Asamoah

3. Peter Boamah Otokonor

4. David Kwaku Worwui-Brown

5. Kojo Adu Asare

6. George Lawson

7. Abdullah Ishaq Farrakhan

8. Nii Dodoo Dodoo

9. Kale Cezar

10. Ephram Nii Tan Sackey

11. Evans Amoo

National Organiser

1. Mahdi Gibrill

2. Akamba Joshua Hamidu

3. Jemima Anita De- Sosoo

4. Yaw Boateng Gyan

5. Baba Jamal Ahmed

6. Enoch Amoako- Nsiah

7. Solomon Yaw Nkansah

 National Deputy Organizer

1. Dr Alhassan Hanifa

2. Kombor Michael Ziecheree

3. Kobby Barlon

4. Vivian Abla Kpeglo

5. Mohammed Mamudu

6. Agbesi Nutsu

7. Chief Hamilton Biney Nixon

8. Alfred Kojo Triddles

9. Ebenezer Asare Sackitey

10. Ahmed Gedel

 Communications Officer

1. Fred Agbenyo

2. Sammy Gyamfi

 Deputy Communications Officer

1. Godwin Ako Gunn

2. Mahama Seidu Samuel

3. Kwaku Boahen

4. Alhaji Mohammed Nasiru Seidu

5. Adongo Atule Jacob

6. Muhammed Nurullah Iddrisu

     NEC

1. Mohammed Mashood Alhaji

2. Hon. Alhaji Babanlame Abu Sadat

3. Sheriff Abudul Nasiru

4. Ebenezer Effah Hackman

5. Eliyasu Amadu

6. Alhaji Adramani Haribu

7. William Wilson Agbleke

8. Evelyn Enyonam Mensah

  Zongo Caucus

1. Ismail Bawa

2. Alhaji Mamah Mohammed

3. Sadiku Sulley

4. Baba Ibrahim Mohammed

5. Abdul-Aziz Mohammmed

6. Abass Fuseini Sbaabe

 

Source: Fafaafm.com

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