- The NDC is set to conduct investigations into the reason why Former President John Mahama's campaign songs were played at its recently-held congress
- According to a presidential aspirant, Sylvester, it gave Mahama undue advantage
- A member of the organzing committee, Alex Segbefia, has revealed that the issue will be investigated and resolved
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has announced plans to investigate the reason behind the decision to play Former President John Mahama’s campaign songs at the just-ended congress.
According to a member of the organizing committee, Alex Segbefia, the sound engineers were warned not to play any of such songs.
He added that the committee will ensure that they dig deep and establish the reason for the act.
The decision the investigate the unusual development comes after a complaint was registered by a flagbearer aspirant, Sylvester Mensah.
Mensah, formerly the Chief Executive Officer of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA), raised concerns about the motive behind the decision to play songs promoting Mahama.
He explained that the act gave Mahama undue advantage over the other candidates.
Meanwhile, Mahama, who spoke at the congress, advised members of the party to gird their loans and work hard because “poor performance of the NPP” government will not guarantee them an automatic victory in the 2020 elections.
He also reiterated his promise to support any candidate the party chooses at its upcoming presidential primaries.
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