The National Democratic Congress (ND) must be concerned that every candidate from the Volta Region lost during its National Delegates Congress, the party’s First National Vice Chair, Anita De-Soso has said.
According to her, that fact that there is no Voltarian among the key decision makers in the NDC is worrying.
The NDC held its 9th Annual Delegates Congress on Saturday, November 17, at the Fantasy Dome inside the Accra Trade Fair Center.
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Mrs. De-Soso was among the aspirants for the National Organiser position, which was eventually won by Joshua Akamba.
But speaking after the Congress, she said the NDC must be worried that no candidate from the Volta Region was elected.
According to her, this should be a worry for the party because the region that been its backbone since the Fourth Republic begun.
“Now there is no Voltarian in the game, all the Voltarians are out so let’s think about it. I will end here,” she told Accra-based Joy FM.
Mrs. De-Soso, however, said she was proud for daring to venture into a position which is known to be male-dominated.
“There were few women against 23 men contesting for different positions…if that is what they [delegates] want so be it…I have made my name and I will continue to enjoy myself in the party,” she.
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The NDC First Vice Chair went on to throw her weight behind all the new-elected executives, insisting she will continue to support them so the NDC can return to power in 2020.
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