- It has been reported of how the NDC held its NEC meeting under strict security surveillance
- The purpose the meeting, Daily Guide reveals, is to plan for the 2020 elections
The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has held its National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting with strict surveillance against the possible spillage of confidential information into the media by unknown party members.
The Daily Guide is reporting that prior to the meeting. " the party’s security detail reportedly prevented visitors from entering the premises and all NEC members were not allowed to enter with their mobile phones or any other gadgets."
The report also claims that party executives were also screened with metal detectors in spite of vehement protests by some of the committee members.
Meanwhile, YEN is gathering that the import of the NEC meeting was to plan towards the 2020 general elections as they come out with a special time table for internal elections.
Deputy General Secretary of the party, Koku Anyidoho has revealed that the party will be organizing a crucial press conference over the key pointers of the NEC meeting.
Meanwhile, YEN has gathered that former president Mahama is secretly campaigning to be flag bearer of the NDC in the crucial 2020 elections.
Daily Guide claims that key members from Mahama's office - Edudze Tamakloe, Abraham Ferguson and Rabiu - are currently in "a series of meetings in Accra and Tamale in the Greater Accra and the Northern Regions respectively, as a prelude for his campaign."
It has also emerged that the former Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) boss, Kojo Bonsu, took an advantage to make known Mahama's intentions of running for president in the just held mammoth unity march in Tamale.
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