The Brong Ahafo National Democratic Congress (NDC) has held a regional delegates conference to elect new party organizers to steer the affairs of the party.

The positions contested for were, Regional Youth Organizer, Deputy Regional Youth Organzer, Deputy Regional Women Organizer and Regional Women Organizer.

The occassion was witnessed by the Brong Ahafo Regional Minister, Hon. Eric Opoku, Deputy Regional Minister, Hon. Justice Samuel Adjei, Sunyani Municipal Chief Executive, Hon. Kwasi Oppong Ababio, Sunyani West District Chief Executive, Hon. Agnes Kusi, Dormaa Central Municipal Chief Executive, Hon. Gordon Asubonteng and other party executives.

The election which was conducted by the Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC), saw delegates from the various constituencies casting their ballots.

At the end of a peaceful process, Kwadwo Takyi-Arhin emerged winner as Regional Youth Organizer, Ayaaba John and Amponsah Yaw Eric as Deputy Regional Youth Organizers, Nana Adwoa Takyiwaa II maintained her seat as Regional Women Organizer, and Puopiel Geogina and Ntene Adam were elected as Deputy Regional Women Organizers.

Mr. kwadwo Takyi-Arhin after his victory said, he wouldn’t have contested for the position if it’s his self gains but to fight for others.
“I hate selective justice and that’s why i took the mantle.”

He said the youth has suffered a lot and will fight for them now that he is a National Executive Committee (NEC) member and wish Tein as a body will be autonomous and have a seperate budget for their activities without any hindrance from the main stream.

He added that 2016 will not be an easy task, so the party needs ‘Generals’ to the war front.
He promised to involve all the constituency organizers in his work.

Nana Adwoa Takyiwaa II Called on party members to remain uniter after the party’s elections and urged all women to vote massively for President John Dramani Mahama coming election 2016.

By: Kofi Oppong Kyekyek (MR. KOK)

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