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NDC assures of holding primaries despite injunction application

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has assured its members, supporters, and sympathizers that the party is taking all necessary steps to ensure that the presidential and parliamentary primaries are held as scheduled on Saturday, May 13, 2023, despite an injunction application filed by a flagbearer aspirant, Dr. Kwabena Duffuor.

According to a statement issued by the General Secretary, Fifi Kwetey, the party has provided the full Delegates List to all presidential candidates in accordance with its guidelines. The party urged its members to remain calm as its legal team works to resolve the temporary challenge.

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Dr. Kwabena Duffuor filed a suit against the NDC on Tuesday seeking to injunct the primaries. However, the party expressed confidence that the challenge would be quickly resolved.

The NDC called on all its members to put the party’s larger interest ahead of all considerations, knowing that Ghanaians are eagerly looking up to the party to rescue the nation from its current state of collapse come December 7, 2024.

For the most part, the NDC has taken measures to ensure that the primaries are held transparently and fairly. All presidential candidates have been given access to the Delegates List to prevent any irregularities that could undermine the credibility of the primaries.

It is crucial that the NDC resolves this legal challenge promptly to avoid any disruption to the electoral process. The party must work to ensure that its internal democracy is upheld, and that all eligible members have a fair chance to contest the primaries.

In a nutshell, the NDC must remain committed to holding transparent and credible primaries that reflect the will of its members and set a good example for Ghana’s democratic process. The party must put aside its internal differences and focus on the bigger picture, which is to provide a credible alternative to the ruling party and rescue the nation from its current state of crisis.

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