Accra, Nov 19, GNA – Mr Sammy Gyamfi, a legal
practitioner and a communications specialist, has been elected as the Director
of Communications of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
He polled 6,225 votes to defeat his only
challenger, Mr Fred Agbenyo, who had 2,225.
Congress also elected Mr Kwaku Boahen with
2,847 and Mr Godwin Ako Gunn of the Montie 3 fame, who had 1,816 as National
Deputy Communications Directors.
The losing candidates in the NDC National
Deputy Communications Director race were Muhammed Nurullah Iddrisu 472, Alhaji
Mohammed Nasiru Seidu 1,637, Mahama Seidu Samuel 373, and Adongo Atule Jacob
Mr Agbenyo in a media interview accepted the
outcome of the election.
He also pledged his support to the winning
candidate and that he would continue to work for the good of the Party.
Over 9,000 delegates of the Party gathered at
the Ghana International Trade Fair Centre, La, Accra, for the election.
The Congress, which run into the third day,
was attended by nearly every key member of the Party who matters, including the
former President Jerry John Rawlings, former President John Dramani Mahama,
former Speaker of Parliament Mr Edward Doe Adjaho, the NDC Minority Leader in
Parliament Mr Haruna Iddrisu, NDC Presidential hopefuls, NDC Members of
Parliament and former Ministers of State.
The Ninth National Delegates Congress of the
NDC was on the theme “Together We Win 2020”.
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