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NDC party office vandalised

Some irate members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Suame Constituency in the Ashanti Region have vandalised the party’s constituency office over alleged ghost names in the constituency album.

Some items destroyed are stationeries, chairs, tables and other important equipment meant for the party.

Destroyed party properties

They claimed their names have been replaced with unknown persons in the album that would be used for their constituency elections slated for Saturday, October 20, 2022.

According to the agitated party members the register of at least 21 branches of the party in the constituency has been compromised.

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However, they on Thursday, October 20, 2022, proceed to the office and destroys properties citing party executives in the region’s failure to act swiftly on the matter, the irate members Thursday, October 20.


Speaking to the media aftermath of the incident, a branch executive of the NDC in Suame Constituency Suraj Mohammed, indicated the action was to avoid being disfranchised.

“We realized that some of the names have been expunged. We called our regional chairman last Sunday and he met the Regional Elections Committee. The briefing suggested that the committee was relying on a new list, and we believe the register had been compromised.

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“When we pointed this out to the committee, they told us they were waiting for an “order from above,” he said.

That notwithstanding, one of the irate youths added “We are expected to vote on Saturday (22 October). And so, if you tell me, you are awaiting a call from above then it means I will be disenfranchised. If the party wants peace, they should take steps to resolve this issue or else they will face our wrath.”

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Source: Mondokayonline.com

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