Aspirants struggling to get nomination forms can pick up at national headquarters - John Boadu

Aspirants struggling to get nomination forms can pick up at national headquarters - John Boadu

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With barely two days to end nominations for the New Patriotic Party’s primaries, the General Secretary of the governing party, John Boadu says aspirants who still haven’t secured their forms can get one at the national headquarters in Accra.

Some aspirants for the NPP’s parliamentary primaries are complaining they have not been able to pick up nomination forms from their various constituencies.

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But the NPP’s General Secretary, John Boadu says all such aspirants should get their forms from the headquarters in Accra.

Mr. Boadu admitted there have been hitches in some regions but urged all such aspirants to resort to the national headquarters to pick their forms.

We have stated that anybody who is denied of having access to the forms should appeal to the region. If he is unable to get the forms at the region,  he should appeal to the national [leadership] to have it.”

Mr. Boadu said the national headquarters will be opened from 7 am to 6 pm to afford persons who had not picked up forms yet the opportunity to do so.

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He added that persons who come with evidence of having been denied will be given forms to contest.

The New Patriotic Party will organize its parliamentary and presidential primaries on April 25, 2020.

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