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NDC disqualifies three members contesting national offices

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Out of the twenty six people vetted so far, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has for varied reasons disqualified three of them seeking positions in the party.

They are Wonder Madilo, George Opare Addo and Brugya Gyamfi.

This is because the three, did not meet the criteria for the vetting which bothers on the party’s constitution.

National Organiser of the party, Kofi Adams said those who do not agree can appeal according to the party’s constitution.

Meanwhile, one of the disqualified persons, Wonder Madilo said he will appeal against the party’s decision because he has not been treated fairly.

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