In the Asawase constituency in the Ashanti region, some youth of the major opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have appealed to the party’s national executives to step in and mediate in order to restore harmony between the local MP and some constituency executives.
They claim that there has been disunity between the MP, Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak, and several constituency executives ever since the constituency elections.
Umar Harris, the group’s spokesperson, said during a news conference that if the bad relationship isn’t fixed, it might hurt the party’s chances in the general elections in 2024.
In order to restore party unity, Harris asked for prompt action from the national executives of the party.
In the meantime, a number of party members who support the MP have claimed that certain constituency executives intend to harm the MP’s reputation.
They also denied allegations that the MP was responsible for the police’s failed effort to detain the chairman of the constituency.