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NDC chairmanship race: We’ve not endorsed Asiedu Nketiah – Minority

27th October 2022

The Minority in Parliament has distanced itself from its Deputy Whip’s endorsement of Johnson Asiedu Nketiah in the National Democratic Congress chairmanship race.

In a statement, the Minority said the Deputy Whip, Ahmed Ibrahim’s claim that the NDC caucus in Parliament was supporting Mr. Nketiah was untrue.

It said the leadership of the Caucus never met on the matter “and have not taken any decision on the matter.”

It also said the Caucus has not met and has not taken any decision on any of the candidates contesting any position within the Party

The Minority added that “the Leadership and the Caucus has no position on any of the candidates vying for the respective positions in the Party.”

The Minority also said Mr. Ibrahim, who is also the Banda MP, has apologised to the NDC Caucus for the comments.

“We accordingly urge our rank and file and the public to disregard the purported statement made during the launch.”

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