Ghana Politics News-The General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), John Boadu has cautioned prospective parliamentary aspirants not to commence any activity that is aimed at meeting delegates to either campaign or reveal their intent of seeking to lead the party as Members of Parliament.
This directive, the General Secretary noted in a statement has been necessary due to several complaints it has gathered from various constituencies of some persons conducting subtle campaigns.
Mr Boadu warned that anyone found henceforth from conducting him or herself in such manner will be sanctioned by the party.
Disciplinary measures, the General Secretary mentioned will then be commenced on those caught to have engaged in early campaign.
Mr Boadu also cautioned persons alleged to be tampering with the delegates album to desist from such acts.
The party, he noted is aware of some effort by some unscrupulous persons deleting some names on the voters list and infusing same with their favorites.
This exercise, the General Secretary described aS fruitless since the party headquarters have records of each of the constituency albums.
Any name that will be deleted by any person at the constituency level, Mr Boadu reiterated will amount to nothing because albums for parliamentary elections will come from the party’s national office.
For now, he asked that no one tampers with any of the registers at the constituency level as anyone found to be doing so will be dealt with according to the party’s internal disciplinary measures.
The General Secretary has however called on members of the NPP to support its incumbent MPs to deliver on the mandate given to them by the people.
The excellent delivery of these MPs, the General Secretary noted will inure to the NPP party’s advantage ahead of the 2020 general elections.
He noted that those who may want to contest these MPs will have their time to do so in 2020 at the party’s primaries.
But for now, Mr Boadu asked NPP members not to do anything that will be aimed at causing disaffection for the party’s MPs or government appointees including Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCES) so that the party could present a formidable force in the 2020 general elections.
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