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NDC in Volta Region calls for restraint ahead of parliamentary primaries

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Volta region of Ghana has urged its members to exercise restraint before, during and after the parliamentary primaries. The call was made during a stakeholder conference held at Sogakope in the South Tongu district of the Volta region.

In a communique signed by Mr Mawutor Agbavitor, the Volta Regional Chairman of the party, the NDC emphasized that the region is the backbone of the party, and that victory in the 2024 elections depends largely on the party’s performance in the region. The party has set a target of one million votes in the 2024 elections and aims to win all 18 parliamentary seats in the region.

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The NDC has called on its members to adhere strictly to the party’s constitution and be disciplined in their conduct, particularly during the primaries. The party emphasized that acts of indiscipline in the party must be stopped immediately to ensure victory in the upcoming elections.

The party also stressed the importance of a vigorous membership drive to ensure victory in the 2024 elections. The conference was attended by various party stakeholders, including the General Secretary of the Party, Fifi Fiavi Kwetey and other national executives, Regional Executive Committee, Regional Council of Elders, aspiring Parliamentary Candidates, leadership of United Cadres Front (UCF), ProForum and TEIN in the region.

In a nutshell, the NDC in the Volta region has called on its members to exercise restraint and adhere to party discipline and order during the upcoming parliamentary primaries. The party has set a target of one million votes and aims to win all 18 parliamentary seats in the region. The NDC emphasized the importance of a vigorous membership drive and the need to stop acts of indiscipline within the party. The party hopes that these efforts will ensure victory in the 2024 elections.

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