The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has successfully vetted 62 aspirants who picked forms to contest for executive positions in the Ashanti Region.

One aspirant who picked forms failed to turn up for vetting at the party office in Kumasi.

A member of the Vetting Committee, Sylvester Mensah, says guidelines for the process were restructured and loopholes blocked for a smooth vetting process.

Mr. Mensah said the process was successful due to engagements at the constituency level to build the guidelines for the vetting.

The former NHIS boss entreated NDC members to vote for aspirants who are hungry for success to stop the ruling NPP from its agenda of breaking the 8 in the 2024 general election.

Party leaders, including Samuel Sarpong, urged aspirants to engage in campaigns devoid of insults and anything that will bring the party’s name into disrepute.

An aspirant for the Regional Treasurer position, Damba Adam, said the party should focus more on strengthening its structures from branch to the national level.

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