The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has extended the deadline for the picking of nomination forms for its constituency elections.
The exercise which ended on Wednesday, September 1, saw party folk agitated over failure to pick forms.
Due to this, the party in a press statement on Thursday, under the signature of its General Secretary, John Asiedu Nketiah said the exercise has been extended to Saturday, September 24.
According to the said release, the decision was Functional Executive Committee of the party.
“The Functional Executive Committee of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has taken notice of widespread concerns from various parts of the country over the picking of nomination forms for the upcoming Constituency elections.
“These concerns have centred around the network and other challenges relative to the download of forms.
“In view of this, FEC has, effective today, extended the deadline for picking of nomination forms by an additional two days, to end on Saturday, 24th September 2022. All other processes on the approved internal election’s timetable of the party remain unchanged,” the statement said.
It has thus asked all executives to adhere to the directive.
“All Constituency Secretariats of the party should take note of this directive and comply accordingly,” the statement concluded.
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