Adaklu NPP gets new party executives

By: Evans Attah Akangla | | Adaklu Waya


The New Patriotic Party (NPP) at Adaklu in the Volta region has held its constituency election at Adaklu Waya to elect the Party’s constituency executives.

In what can be described as a very peaceful election, delegates demonstrated high quality of unity to put the party in the Adaklu constituency on good standing.

258 out of 261 eligible delegates casted their votes for a total of 30 candidates who vied for 9 executive positions including the Chairman, 1st and 2nd Chairpersons.

Other positions contested for were Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, Organiser, Youth Organiser and Women’s Organiser.

Mr. Stephen Akwesi Obimpeh, the former constituency organizer pulled 83 votes to become the chairman elect to deny the incumbent Emmanuel Gbeku Awude who managed 60 votes to slip to 3rd place among the 6 contenders.

Mr. Seth Shapah pulled 103 votes to become the 1st vice chair ahead of the incumbent Rev. Jerry Handson Wedanu, who got 101 casted in his favor.

Mr. George Amegbe got 149 votes casted in his favor to become the constituency 2nd Vice Chair whiles Frank Darkey Addison, the Secretary had 119 votes.

Christian Ganakuno had 147 votes to become Assistant Secretary and Treasurer went to Barasu Emmanuel Kay with 132 votes..

Mr Godwin Klutse and Hon.Bismark Mama Ganyo were elected Youth Organizer and Organiser respectively, however the deputy women organiser Madam Pearl Sedinam Nyamadi tiptoed to become Women organiser with 113 votes leaving the incumbent Cate Elikplim Ametefe and other contenders sharing 57 and 87 respectively.

The Adaklu constituency elections committee chairman, Hon. Daniel Adzogble, who is also a board member of Ghana Railways Authority congratulated the candidates and members of the party in Adaklu for their comportment throughout the congress.

He promised his readiness to work with the constituents as he revealed that, each member will get his/her share in the party by the end of 2024.

He further urged the elected executives to be watchful as they carry out their duties.


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