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Handpicking Polling Station Executives Will Land NPP In Opposition - Arhin
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As the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) prepares for polling station, constituency, regional and national executive elections, Stephen Kwadwo Arhin aka Wewebi, a leading member of the party has sent a strong warning to top officials and constituency executives to desist from handpicking polling station executives.

In an exclusive interview with mynewsgh.com, Mr. Arhin said there is the need for delegates to elect hardworking candidates who can work tirelessly work for the party to maintain power in 2020.

Mr. Arhin observed that handpicking of polling station executives by the top officials and constituency executives can land the party in opposition reiterating the need for the top hierarchy of the party to tread cautiously in that regard.

He challenged delegates not to be swayed by money from candidates who they (delegates) think are not qualified or hardworking to be in such positions but boot such characters out with their thumbs because they are likely not to serve the overall interest of the party.

Mr. Arhin urged the party delegates in all the regions not to allow themselves to be influenced by money but rather vote for transparency and accountable, God fearing and trust worthy candidates who can work with the party supporters to maintain power.

According to him, because the party is in power some candidates who refused to work towards its victory during the presidential and parliamentary elections in 2016 have no shame with their plan to pump money into the incoming elections.

Touching on Cape Coast North seat currently held by the NPP, he observed that the Member of Parliament (MP) for the area is doing a remarkable job at his constituency.
Source: mynewsgh.com

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