PNC opens doors to disgruntled members
The opposition People’s National Convention (PNC) has extended an olive branch to all disgruntled members to return “for the good of our party and country”.
Internal wranglings within the party have delayed the reorganisation process ahead of the 2024 general elections.
National Chairman Moses Danibaah and 2020 Presidential Candidate David Apasera had dragged the party to court over their dismissals.
On Wednesday, February 1, an Accra High Court is said to have dismissed an interlocutory injunction filed by the two against the General Secretary, Janet Nabla, and the Acting Chairman.
In a communique issued after a National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting on Saturday, February 25, the party said it wants all disgruntled members to come back.
The meeting also approved dates for the election of party officers from the constituency level to national.
Both the national executive elections and the flagbearer elections have been scheduled to be held by December in the Northern Region.
Committees such as the Congress Committee, Vetting Committee, Fundraising Committee and the Constitutional Review Committee were constituted ahead of the elections.
“The Party is hopeful that this exercise shall put it on the right footing to win power come the 2024 general elections,” the communique jointly signed by Madam Nabla and Vice Chairman Henry Haruna Asante said.