Npp Polls: “Accept Outcome Of The Primaries”- Ogyeahohor Tells Flag-bearer Aspirants



Ogyeahohor Yaw Gyebi II, Paramount chief of Anhwiaso Traditional Area and President of National House of Chiefs, encourages NPP presidential hopefuls to gracefully accept primary outcomes.

According to him, for unity in the country, all the candidates must accept the primary results.

The overlord of the Anhwiaso traditional area made it clear that the party elections committee must ensure a peaceful and harmonious environment within the party to prevent any future coincidences.

“I think the various aspirants have been made to sign some documents to avoid any problem. That’s good, but I will urge the flag-bearer aspirants to accept the outcome of the results to ensure there is peace in the country “, Nana said.

During the Yam festival held at Sefwi Anhwiaso, in the Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai Municipality, he seized the opportunity to call on the various stakeholders to collaborate for the development of the area.

He admonished the mining communities to ensure there is a proper agreement between them and the surrounding communities before they are relocated.

“I will hold a meeting with the mining companies on Monday. They should ensure the communities understand whatever they are doing before relocation. I can see they have started pulling down some houses. I will meet them for further deliberations.”

“I want to take this opportunity to extend my warmest regards to all those who supported me to make this festival a memorable one. I want to tell the MCE to go back and stay in his bungalow, because that’s not fair. Who is going to incur at the place he is residing? I think he must go back and I will meet him for that,” Ogyeahohor reaffirmed.

As part of the tradition, the Yam [Eluo] is celebrated annually to remember the ancestors and also offer food sacrifice to the stool and the peoples.

The colorful program met several dignitaries from near and far.

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