The Volta NDC executives have decided to ignore the invitation for the party’s regional campaign launch over issues of conspiracy, misappropriation of funds, and the likes
Volta Regional executives of the National Democratic Party (NDC) have opted out of the party’s campaign launch scheduled to take place on Sunday, September 4, 2016.
This was revealed in a statement signed by some executives of the NDC in the region.
According to the statement, their reason for pulling out of the function is that t x\he NDC Volta regional chairman and secretary decided to exclude some key members from all committees relating to the 2016 campaign.
This includes the Regional treasurer, the two vice Chairmen and all deputies. They also revealed in the statement that the aforementioned executives were excluded, because they constantly demanded for reports on how resources received by the region in the past, were used.
They pointed out that the campaign task force was constituted, without the knowledge and approval of the Functional Executive Committee (FEC) of the party in the region.
They also revealed that the position of the regional chairman and secretary, has proved to be detrimental to the progress and unity of the party. The executives believe there is a high level of conspiracy leading to the anomalies.
The statement was signed by 11 Volta NDC executives of the region namely;
1. Simon Miles Bakar- Regional Treasurer
2. Edwin Akrobortu- Regional Vice Chairman
3. Col. Cyril Necku- Regional Vice Chairman
4. Mustapha Gbande- Deputy Regional Secretary
5.Hajia Hawa Hamid – Deputy Regional Women Organizer
6. Chester Ben Ati- Deputy Regional Communication Officer
7. Mathias Johnson Alagbo (KABILA)- Deputy Regional Youth Organizer.
8. Joyce Yaa-Osei – Deputy Regional Women Organizer
9. Dan Agboka-Dzegede Deputy Regional Treasurer
10 Sulemana Mumuni- Deputy Regional Youth Organizer
11. George Dake- Deputy Regional Organizer
They have also called on other executives in the region to ignore the invitation for the campaign launch, until the critical issues raised have been resolved.
This recent development might probably affect the party in the long run, seeing as Volta is one of the party’s stronghold region.