The Fomena Polling Station Executives election has ended peacefully.
The Supervisor of the election,Lawyer Henry Kwabena Kokofu has stated.
Speaking with Wontumionline.com, he said interactions with the party members indicated that a section of them are disappointed.
The Chief Executive Officer for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said, “this year’s polling station election issues have been lessened as compared to previous years.”
According to him, it’s normal for a big party like NPP to encounter challenges in its internal elections.
Lawyer Henry Kwabena Kokofu said the challenges can be resolved.
He urged the disgruntled members to channel their grievances to the party’s appropriate structures.
Fomena is located in the Ashanti Region, the ruling party’s stronghold.
Early last month, angry party supporters protested against party leadership over plans to circumvent the electoral process to favour incumbent MP and Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Andrew Amoako Asiamah.
The protesters painted the party office with the traditional colours of the opposition NDC as they turned their anger on leadership at the regional and national levels.
A spokesperson for the aggrieved supporters of NPP in the Fomena Constituency, Emmanuel Domah, said their protest was a result of unfair treatment meted out to some party members by the party hierarchy