“New Patriotic Party Ensures Transparent Presidential Elections Process”
In a commitment to transparency and fairness, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is gearing up for its presidential elections on August 26.
The NPP emphasizes that it has established robust measures to safeguard the integrity of the election’s outcome.
Professor Michael Oquaye, leading the NPP Presidential Elections Committee, highlights the mechanisms in place to ensure the transparency of the voting process. These measures aim to guarantee the satisfaction of all stakeholders with the final results.
“Rest assured that the election process was conducted democratically, addressing candidates’ concerns. If you encounter any issues, please reach out to the committee secretary or headquarters, and your queries will be duly resolved,” Professor Oquaye stated.
Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia is among the ten contenders vying for the NPP leadership in the 2024 presidential elections.
Alexander Kwamena Afenyo-Markin, spokesperson for the NPP’s Elections Committee, shared that a vote among the ten candidates will occur on July 26. “The candidates featured on the ballot include Ken Ohene Agyapong (position one), Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen (position two), Joe Ghartey (position three), Kwadwo Poku (position four), Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto (position five), and Kwa…”
To pave the way for the presidential primaries and select a flagbearer on November 4, the candidate pool will be narrowed down to five during the August 26 super delegates conference.
As part of rigorous protective measures against vote buying, the party has implemented strict rules, including a prohibition on phones and cameras, in the lead-up to the conference. This ensures the elections are conducted with the highest standards of transparency and integrity.