Leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has disclosed it has resolved all issues that have generated coversations and caused uneasiness about the party mainly the work of the minority MPs.
This follows a meeting between the Council of Elders of the party, the entire Parliamentary Caucus and the party leadership.
“The meeting was conducted in a healthy atmosphere in which the concerns of the teeming members and supporters were adequately ventilated and addressed,” a statement signed by the National Chairman of NDC.”
The Minority in Parliament was recently chastised for approving some ministerial nominees who were not fit for the position per their performance during the vetting.
MP for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, who is a member of the Appointments Committee also resigned from the committee based on “personal reasons” and “principles.”
These developments have brewed misunderstandings within the minority caucus, however, the statement from the NDC said “the matters that have provoked public commentary have been dealt with in a manner that will promote and strengthen the cohesion of the party and all its organs.”
The NDC has called on all of its supporters to remain united and work together .
Read the full statement below:
The Leadership of the National Democratic Congress has held a meeting with the Council of Elders of the party, and the entire Parliamentary Caucus in the aftermath of the disquiet and misgivings that characterized the approval of the Ministerial nominees of President Akufo-Addo.
The meeting was conducted in a healthy atmosphere in which the concerns of the teeming members and supporters were adequately ventilated and addressed.
Accordingly, the Leadership of the party wishes to assure all and sundry that the matters that have provoked public commentary have been dealt with in a manner that will promote and strengthen the cohesion of the party and all its organs.
We call on all to assure them on the need to put party unity over and above all interests so that together, we can hold the Akufo-Addo government to account even as we take measures to develop strategies towards the next general elections.
LONG LIVE THE NDC
ISSUED IN ACCRA THIS 31ST DAY OF MARCH, 2021
(HON. SAMUEL OFOSU-AMPOFO)