Deputy Chief of Staff picks nomination form to Contest the Damongo NPP primaries

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Deputy Chief of Staff picks nomination form to Contest the Damongo NPP primaries

 

A Deputy Chief of staff, Samuel Abu Jinapor yesterday Friday 27th July, 2019 picked a nomination form to contest the Damongo constituency parliamentary primaries of the ruling NPP.

The picking of the nomination form was done by some party members led by the former Damongo constituency chairman, Hon. Nana Kwame Aboagye amidst brass band music. Petrol was given free to party members with motorbikes that accompanied the former NPP Chairman Nana Kwame Aboagye and other members to take the form at the party office.

Speaking to Bole based Nkilgi FM, the Former Chairman for Damongo constituency Nana Kwame Aboagye pleaded for unity among members of the NPP in the constituency.

He said he has never seen the NPP so united in the Damongo constituency since 1992 like they have today and that the days they had camps are past.

“I have gone for contest and lost, but I still pray for the party to win in the upcoming general election and I still want to urge that the interest of the party is highly prioritize than any individual. The victory of the party starts today and I believe God will answer our prayers and make it real”; he said.

The Elections Director of the NPP in the Damongo constituency. Mr Bawa Fuseini on his part said whoever is qualified to win the seat for NPP in the constituency provided the person is qualified as their constituton demands is highly welcomed ans that the election committee for the Damongo constituency cannot stop anyone from picking a form.

The Elections Director further told Nkilgi FM that the forms are sold Gh¢2,000 and on submission or filing a propective candidate pays a bank draft of Gh¢20,000. He said a female or a disabled, pay gh¢10,000 as filing fee.

Source: Nkilgi 103.7Fm, Bole (Savannah Region)

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