Former Greater Accra Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Joseph Ade Coker, a leading member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has expressed concern that the party may lose the Odododiodio parliamentary seat if the issues surrounding the party’s primary in the constituency are not addressed effectively.
The NDC has suspended all processes related to the primary due to a violent incident during the vetting of aspirants at the Greater Accra Regional office.
Ade Coker emphasized the need to handle the matter appropriately to safeguard the party’s chances in the upcoming 2024 general elections.
“If they don’t handle it well, we will lose that seat, and people must be up and doing because people who have gone to contest in that constituency don’t deserve to be there because that is not their constituency.
There is a former NPP person who has been brought in, and he is contesting contrary to the party’s constitution, demanding that he should have served the party within a timeframe before contesting.
Unfortunately, there is another person who is a former MP for Amasaman who should have gone to Amasaman to ensure that they win the seat again, yet he is contesting at Odododiodio.”