Ghana Politics

PNC begins operation No Zero Vote

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The People’s National Convention (PNC) has kick started its operation No Zero Vote at any polling station in any election in the country.

To achieve this, the PNC in a statement said it shall resource every constituency to mobilize and to ensure that the party has representatives at every polling station in all the 275 constituencies in the country.

The operation No Zero Vote will be reviewed by February, 2022 ending where the next stage of the reorganisation of the party shall be made public.

The PNC disclosed this in a Communiqué issued at the end of the PNC National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting held on 31 October, 2021.

The NEC meeting was to institute a reorganisation strategy for the party in order to make it a better alternative for Ghanaians to vote for in any future elections.

Also, in view of the recently declared vacant executive positions at the National Office the party has appointed the following in acting positions:

i. Fakrudeen Yakubu Deputy General Secretary

ii. Jacob Amoako Deputy General secretary

iii. Mr. Abdul KadriIssah Treasurer

iv. Francis Daasu Deputy Organizer

v. Frank Nana Oppong Fokuo Deputy Organizer

vi. Muniru S. Mohammed Youth Organizer

vii. Angela Gumah Deputy Youth Organizer

viii. Wahabu Jibril Deputy Youth Organizer

ix. Patience Johnson Deputy Women Organizer

x. Sandra Tamboro Deputy Women Organizer

xi. Samuel Ayesu Communication Secreatry

d. That Comrade Sulemana Seidu is appointed the Economic and Policy Analyst of the party.

Present at the meeting were nine regional chairmen, regional secretaries and some national officers as required by law.

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