The National Democratic Congress’s (NDC’s) Functional Executive Committee (FEC) has notified the public that nominations for parliamentary primaries have been suspended in four more constituencies.
This comes after an earlier declaration that the party had postponed parliamentary nominations in about twenty-three (23) constituencies across the nation.
Gomoa East, Akontombra, Binduri, and Odododiodio are the four constituencies that will be added to the 23 places where polls are currently being postponed.
Furthermore, the NDC’s Functional Executive Committee stated that it would soon publish the dates for the beginning of the nomination process in these seats.
Below is the full statement:
PARLIAMENTARY NOMINATIONS PLACED ON HOLD IN FOUR (4) ADDITIONAL CONSTITUENCIES.
Further to yesterday’s announcement by the Functional Executive Committee (FEC) of the NDC to the effect that the party has placed on hold Parliamentary nominations in some twenty-three (23) Constituencies in the country, the party hereby announces that nominations for parliamentary primaries have been stayed in four (4) additional constituencies.
The Constituencies are;
1. Gomoa East
The Functional Executive Committee will in due course announce the dates for the opening of nominations in these constituencies.
Comrade Fifi Fiavi Kwetey