Nana Is Fit, Files Today


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Two of the seven presidential hopefuls, including Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, filed their papers last Thursday.

The other aspirant is the Member of Parliament (MP) for Mampong, Francis Addai-Nimo.

The five remaining candidates are two-time flagbearer Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, former Offinso North MP Dr Kofi Konadu Apraku, MP for Esikado-Ketan who doubles as 2nd Deputy Speaker of Parliament Joe Ghartey, former MP for Mfanstiman West Stephen Asamoah-Boateng and the MP for Asuogyaman Kofi Osei-Ameyaw.

All five are therefore expected to storm the party’s Asylum Down headquarters today to file their nominations.

Though it is not clear what time they would go and drop their filing fees, that of Nana Akufo-Addo is expected to attract a lot of attention and draw crowds to the location even though Nana wanted a low-key event.

He is expected to arrive at the headquarters around 3:30pm today.

Each of the seven paid an amount of GH¢10,000 for the nominations forms and is expected to pay GH¢75,000 as filing fee on submission, making GH¢85,000 in total.

Per the provisions of the NPP constitution, if more than five persons file their nominations to contest for the flagbearership position, the leadership must convene a special delegates’ congress to prune down the number to five.

The amended constitution of the party states that if more than five candidates file and are vetted to contest, a special electoral college of some 847 party executives including all 275 constituency chairmen and all NPP MPs would have to vote to prune down the number to five.

The fate of the remaining five as to who gets elected to lead the party into the crucial 2016 general elections would then be determined by the actual 145,000 delegates at the congress to elect a flagbearer.

This is part of the reasons all 10 regional Chairmen of the party are pushing for an early congress, preferably September 2014, to avoid breaching sections of the party’s constitution which prescribes that the NPP elects its flagbearer two clear years before the next general elections when in opposition.

 By Charles Takyi-Boadu

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