Sack Saboba DCE – NPP supporters pile pressure on Akufo-Addo

Some faithful of the New Patriotic Party(NPP) in Saboba in the Northern Region are calling for the dismissal of their District Chief Executive (DCE) George Kitingyab Bingrine.

A Statement from the supporters said the DCE during the electoral campaign was campaigning for the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) Parliamentary Candidate Hon Joseph Bukari Ninkpe.

They indicated that by supporting the NDC candidate, the DCE George Kitingyab Bingrine financed his campaign activities to ensure that the NPP loses hence the need to sack him from the position he occupies.

Apart from supporting the NDC Parliamentary Candidate, they allege that the DCE also supported some NDC Assembly Members.

Some of these electoral areas are the Saboba West Electoral Area, Kucha Electoral Area, Natagu Electoral Area and a host of others to campaign against the President and the Parliamentary Candidate.

Apart from supporting the NDC candidate, they also allege that some projects were intentionally stalled in the Constituency in order to make a bad name for NPP in the constituency.

“We certainly do not expect that a new Parliamentary entrant would be more popular than the president who is a household name in Ghana.The most obvious reason for this outcome could be the DCE campaign against Npp sponsored Candidates”, the group said.

They further call for the following :

1.that the disciplinary committee as a matter of urgency institute a disciplinary proceeding against the DCE and all others for breaches of our constitution

2.A revocation of the appointment of Hon.George K.Bingrini as the DCE in accordance with the disciplinary procedure of the party.

3.without prejudices to the laid down procedures take consequential actions including forfeiture of membership against the DCE and others.




Source: MyNews Gh

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