The Ashaiman Constituency Executives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have exposed cases in a segment of the media that there is perplexity between the Member of Parliament(MP) for Ashaiman and the Constituency Chairman.
In an official statement issued to the Ghana News Agency (GNA), the Deputy Constituency Communications Officer, illuminates that there is an ideal relationship and comprehension between the MP, Mr. Ernest Norgbey, and the Constituency Chairman, Mr. Anthony Afenyo.
Madam Zainab Mohammed clarified that, “As a major aspect of the 2018 31st December Revolution commemoration which was commended in Ashaiman, the Ashaiman voting public officials of the NDC and the MP chose to compose a Revolution Walk to make mindfulness for the commemoration.”
She invalidated the case that the NDC composed individuals from Ablekuma and different voting public in Tema to help their numbers for the walk and that every one of the people who took an interest in the walk were from the Ashaiman Constituency.
Negating the case that there was disarray among the body electorate officials, Madam Ziabab Mohammed stated, “The Constituency Chairman and the MP have no paltry issue between them which has in at any rate influenced the supporters administrators. We the supporters administrators haven’t in any case taken sides with both of the two heads and the two chiefs are not attempting to undermine one another.”
She educated that the supporters executive and MP arranged the commemoration program together and that “both of them were available all through the 31st December Revolution Program to make sure that everything went on effectively.”
The discharge additionally educated that the Walk was not composed by the Ashaiman Municipal Assembly as was conjectured, but instead the NDC voting public officials in front of the 31st December Revolution festivities.
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