Ahead of the 2024 presidential and parliamentary elections, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for North Tongu constituency in the Volta has begun reconciliation processes to get rid of any form of disunity among its key stakeholders in readiness for the crucial polls.
Hinged on the above, aspirants of just ended constituency conference held a wound healing and reconciliatory meeting yesterday on the directive of National Executives Committee to iron out any such differences at Volo
In attendance were both winners and losers of the October 22, 2022 constituency election at Torgorme.
Both sides pledged to peace as they resolved to work assiduously hard to contribute meaningfully to NDC's electoral fortunes come 2024..
The Volo accord set the tone for a united front to face the Campaigns head on
Constituency chairman and leader of the team Honorable C.K Akaho-Tay admonished members to carry out their mandates diligently.
The members however, seized the opportunity to commiserate with the deceased family of Alhaji Baba(brother of Volo ward coordinator) Djiwa Yaro who passed away and was buried in accordance with Islamic tradition