NDC marks 3rd anniversary of Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election bloodshed Monday
Ghana’s biggest opposition political party National Democratic Congress (NDC) is set to hold an event in honour of brutalities and bloodshed during infamous Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election in Accra Monday January 31, 2022.
A statement issued by Ayawaso West Wuogon Chairman of the NDC Bismark Aborbi said “This years commemoration is dedicated to the victims of the violence, hence the commemoration at Fadama in the okaikoi Central constituency where their volunteers were hardly hit”.
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THE COMMEMORATION OF THE 3RD AYAWASO WEST WOUGON ELECTORAL BLOODSHED TO BE MARKED IN FADAMA, OPPOSITE THE NATIONAL CHIEF IMAM’S RESIDENCE
Monday the 31st of January will mark the 3rd year of an unprecedented violence in the history of elections in Ghana.
This years commemoration is dedicated to the victims of the violence, hence the commemoration at Fadama in the okaikoi Central constituency where their volunteers were hardly hit.
Speakers at the event are, the National chairman Hon Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo , the General secretary Hon Johnson Asiedu Nketia , president of the professional Forum, Ambassador Sam Pee Yalley , managing Editor of the Insight newspaper Comrade Kwasi Pratt Jnr and the member of Parliament for the Ningo Pampram constituency Hon Sam Dzata George Nartey
The general public is invited. Come one, come all !!!
Invitation to all media houses
Chairman of the local organising committee
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