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NDC will Officially Not Take Part in the Ejisu By-Election – Fifi Kwetey

The party’s General Secretary, Fifi Fiavi Kwetey, indicated that the party has taken a strategic decision to prioritize the December 7 general elections.

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has officially announced its decision to abstain from participating in the upcoming April 30 by-election in the Ejisu constituency.

The party’s General Secretary, Fifi Fiavi Kwetey, indicated that the party has taken a strategic decision to prioritize the December 7 general elections.

Kwetey said the party’s commitment to dedicating resources and attention to laying the groundwork for the main parliamentary elections, citing the need for ample time to execute their electoral strategy.

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“NDC will officially not be taking part in the Ejisu by-election. We have already set into motion processes leading to December 7, just a few months away. We want to continue those processes and ensure that come December 7, we are prepared to combat in all the constituencies and Ejisu will be one of them.

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“So for this particular by-election, NDC will not be part of it. We are very confident about the processes we have in place,” he stated.

“We just want to make sure we have the time to implement them fully. And between now and December 7, we will be in the position to make sure we are deploying everything that we have done so that really will be the way we want to go,” said Mr. Fiavi Kwetey.

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Delegates of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Ejisu constituency on Saturday, April 13, selected their candidate for the impending by-election. Kwabena Boateng emerged the winner, securing the position of the second Vice Chairman for the constituency and clinching the party’s nomination for the upcoming electoral contest.

The Ejisu by-election follows the passing of the incumbent MP for the area and deputy finance minister, John Ampotuah Kumah, on March 7, 2024, after a short illness.

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