Former YEA Boss Elected Ayawaso North NDC Chairman

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The Ayawaso North branch of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has elected Alhaji Abdul-Manaf Walker, former Ayawaso East District Director of the Youth Eployment Agency (YEA) as their new constituency chairman.

The newly elected Ayawaso North NDC Constituency Chairman has expressed his gratitude to all the 1182 delegates for reposing confidence and electing him to lead them in the next four year term.

In an interview with this portal, Alhaji Walker also commended all other elected members for retaining their various positions.

According to him, the confidence reposed in the by the delegates demands that they work harder to retain their Parliamentary Seat, increase the votes of the NDC and return to Flag-Staff (Jubilee) House in 2025.

With this task ahead of them, Alhaji Abdul-Manaf Walker explained that though it was a contest amongst 43 dedicated NDC persons, over one position or the other and only one person was needed to lead with their deputies, the most important thing was that nobody but the NDC has won; hence, the need for unity to face the common political enemy, the NPP.

“I call on all my colleagues NDC brethren who contested various positions to come onboard in helping win the 2024 general elections for our dear party as well as help the NDC to catapult President John Dramani Mahama to the Flag-Staff (Jubilee) House and to also retain our MP seat, so that we can have more seats over others”, Chairman Walker pleaded.

He also noted that elections 2024 would be very crucial due to the evil intentions of the ruling NPP government to retain power at all cost by rigging.

He therefore appealed that “all those who have been offended should forgive and let go of their anger and rather pursue unity ahead of the 2024 general elections”.

“I also want to take this opportunity to thank the Electoral Commission (EC) and acknowledge our Police personnel who helped in ensuring peace during the election”, Chairman Walker commended.

He was quick to charge the security agencies to look at their current situation and vote for the NDC so they could further alleviate the excruciating hardship in the country.

“A vote for the NDC is a vote to rescue Ghana from the ruling NPP and their wickedness and unbearable hardships”, he stressed.

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