A LAW Court in Kumasi has given the National Democratic Congress (NDC) 14 days ultimatum to resolve its internal problems in two constituencies.
The troubled constituencies include Manhyia North and Subin, both in the Ashanti Region.
Some peeved NDC members in the aforementioned constituencies were not happy so they decided to drag the party to court some days ago.
The court granted the desire of the angry-looking NDC members by placing separate injunctions on party elections, which was slated for Saturday.
The injunction order did a lot of damage to the party as it prevented the NDC from organizing its polls in the said constituencies.
Raymond Tandoh, the Ashanti Regional NDC Secretary, said the court had given the NDC 14 days to resolve all nagging issues in the two constituencies.
According to him, some top party members from the national headquarters are expected in Kumasi to help find a lasting peace to the problems.
Mr. Tandoh said the party successfully managed to organized elections in 29 out of the 47 constituencies in the Ashanti region on Saturday.
He stated that court injunction and petty party issues, resulted in the elections not being organized in some of the constituencies as planned.
Mr. Tandoh was hopeful that the arrival of the party gurus from the headquarters on tomorrow would help the NDC to solve all its troubles in the region.
He announced that plans are in the pipeline to organize elections in some of the troubled constituencies in the region, this week.
By: Kwadwo Essel