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I Want My Name Expunged In Suit Against NDC Elections”

One o the Greater Accra Regional (GAR) newly elected Deputy Youth Organisers who earlier joined a suit to placed injunction on the re-run of the elections, Alhaji Mohammed Juda has cried out loud demanding that his name expunged from the fresh suit that was alleged he joined to placed another injunction on the elections.

Therepublicnewsonline.com gathered indicated that after a Court in Accra stroke out the suit that paved way for the GA Regional NDC in conjunction with National Executives to re-run the election on both the youth and the women’s wings on October 24, 2018, a fresh suit has been filed which strains the party from holding the elections.

The National Executive of the party anull  the earlier elections of the deputy youth and the deputy women’s organiser positions due to some anormalies the party claimed has dictated.

In an interview with this portal, the angered Alhaji Juda said he was not aware of the fresh suit and he would make his lawyer expunged his name amongst the number that made up of the plaintiffs.

Amongst the earlier plaintiffs were the two deputy youth organisers, Alhaji M. Juda; Amos Blessing Amorse and the two deputy women’s organisers – Jessica Braimah and Hajia Alimatu. This portal gathered further that the four (4) plaintiffs went back to the Court with fresh suit which placed another injunction on the elections slated for October 24, 2028 at the NDC National Head Quarters, Accra.

Alhaji Juda said, “I am not interested in the suit, I have won the first election with about sity-four (64) votes; so am not afraid because I know I could win again, so why should I go to Court”.

“….The first injunction was to buy time for us to campaign well because the time they gave us was too short that was why we that”, he explained.

I did not sleep since then, I have been going round campaigning, so I know I will win that is why there is no need for me to go back to court, for what, he opened bitterly.

Source: therepublicnewsonline.com/Delali Awuyeh


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