NPP Bans Foul Language at Koforidua Confab
THE RULING New Patriotic Party (NPP) has cautioned its members against using foul language during the upcoming National Delegates Congress at Koforidua.
NPP delegates from all over the country would converge at the Eastern Regional capital from Friday to Sunday to elect the party’s next batch of national executives.
Considering the tense atmosphere ahead of the congress, the party has sternly cautioned its members to behave properly and shun all acts of insults and insinuations during the programme.
The Ashanti Regional Scribe of the party, Sam Pyne, who issued the warning, reminded members that the congress, especially the polls, was an internal party affair that did not warrant any acrimony.
In this regard, he entreated the NPP delegates from all 47 constituencies in the region to comport themselves in Koforidua.
According to him, buses had been hired to ferry delegates, TESCON members and other groupings in the NPP to the venue, where accommodation had already been secured for them.
By: Afia Sarpong Amankwa