Thursday, January 13, 2011


THE Executive Members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Pru constituency have reaffirmed their support for the Pru District Chief Executive (DCE), Mr Mohammed Masawud.
“So far as we are concerned the DCE is delivering and his relationship with the constituency executives as well as the rank and file of the party is cordial”, they said.
According to them, the party was also solid on the ground and coupled with the hard work of the DCE, the party was poised to retain the parliamentary seat and increase its vote margin in the 2012 general election.
The Pru Constituency Organiser of the party, Mr Mustapha Alhaji Seidu said this at an executive meeting to evaluate and assess the performance of the party for last year at Yeji, the district capital. Mr Seidu congratulated the DCE for his good work since he assumed office.
He debunked reports in a section of the private press that the NDC was collapsing in Yeji, saying the party was united and stronger and this would be manifested in the 2012 general election.
He called on supporters of the party in the constituency to close their ranks and rally behind the executive and the DCE to deliver the ‘Better Ghana’ agenda to the people of the district.
Mr Seidu further cautioned those who wanted to disturb the current peace prevailing in the constituency to desist from such act.
He appealed to the supporters as well as the youth wing to respect the party hierarchy and also work together as a team with the executive to ensure a resounding victory for the party in the 2012 election.
The constituency chairman, Alhaji Mumuni Inusah, said the executive would not allow a few disgruntled and selfish individuals who were using a section of the private press to create confusion in the party in the constituency and cautioned those members to turn over a new leaf or risk being sanctioned.
He reiterated that the entire constituency executive had no problem with the DCE since he was in constant touch with the party and had contributed immensely to the growth and development of the party before and after taking office as the DCE.

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