Aspiring Presidential candidate of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Kojo Bonsu has called on the election committee of the party to postpone the presidential primaries which is slated for May 13, 2023.
As per him, scarcely five days to the elections his group is yet to get the album that will be utilized for the races, a move he portrayed as unsatisfactory.
He was speaking with Prince Ade (DOK Cash), host of the Kumasi-based OTEC 102.9 FM’s afternoon Political show Dwabrem on Monday, May 8, 2023.
“The issue is that why have we paid a whopping 5billion old cedis to contest in an election and some few individuals are trying to skew the entire process in a particular?” he quizzed.
Mr Kojo Bonsu says he wants anomalies with the voter register addressed with immediate effect or the party should postpone the election for at least two weeks.
He has required a critical round table conversation to address all oddities related with the association of the May 13 official and parliamentary primaries of the party.
“Some persons are engaging in obvious underhand activities and my team will not sit down for any individual to shortchange us in these elections,” he emphasised.