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We Will Vote Against Mahama And NDC If You Withdraw Our Candidate – Assin Central NDC Warns Party



Members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Assin Central Constituency have expressed their outrage over the party’s decision to withdraw Nurein Shaibu Migyimah as their parliamentary candidate. The decision has sparked significant unrest, culminating in a protest held on Friday, June 28, 2024.

The protest was led by several party members, including a woman who identified herself as a branch chairman within the constituency. She vocally criticized the party’s decision and issued a stern warning that they would vote against the NDC if Migyimah’s suspension was not reversed. She demanded that the party refund all the money Migyimah has spent on his campaign since 2018 if they do not reinstate him.

“I’m a branch chairman of the party. There is no one who can tell us, the branches, that they are changing our parliamentary candidate (PC). The only person we know as our PC is Nurein Shaibu Migyimah,” she stated in Twi. “If they want to change him, they should give him back all the money he has spent since 2018 with interest so that we can go independent.”

The branch chairman also warned that their support for former President John Dramani Mahama, the party’s presidential candidate for the December 2024 election, would be withdrawn if their demands were not met. The crowd echoed her sentiments with chants of “No Migyimah, no Mahama.”


The NDC’s Central Regional Functional Executive Committee (R-FEC) suspended Migyimah due to allegations of immoral acts and anti-party activities. The suspension follows accusations that Migyimah impregnated the wife of the constituency secretary and relocated her to Kasoa, where he rented a room for her.

In response to the suspension, Migyimah has maintained his innocence and urged his supporters to remain calm. Speaking to Joy News, he described the situation as a nightmare but expressed confidence in being vindicated after a fair hearing through the party’s structures. “I believe and I know whatever allegation, anything they’ve said or whatever it is, after I go through the right party structures, I’ll be vindicated,” he said. “God willing, ‘Inshallah’, on December 7, I’m going to win the election.”

Source: GhanaFeed.Com


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