Regional Chairman together with all parliamentary candidates and attempted aspirants in the Bono Region have signed the code of conduct and roadmap to ensure hard work and unity ahead of the 2020 elections.
The candidates and attempted aspirants signed the documents at a reconciliation meeting held today with a call on all to set aside parochial interest and to take steps to maximize more votes for both the parliamentary candidates and President Akufo-Addo.
They signed the document in the presence of the various Constituency Chairmen, MDCES, Member of Parliaments, regional party executives, and the Regional Minister Hon Evelyn Ama Kumi Richardson at a colorful ceremony at Berekum.
According to Chairman Abronye, the meeting was to ensure that Bono Region retains all seats and wins the only orphan constituency in addition.
The caucus Chairman for the Members of Parliamentary in the region and MP for Jaman South and Deputy Aviation Minister, Hon Yaw Afful speaking at the ceremony commended the Bono Regional Secretariat led by Kwame Baffoe Abronye for the peaceful road map ahead of the elections.
Hon. Yaw Afful said the move has paved way for peaceful cohesion among aspirants in the region saying winning the upcoming general elections will largely depend on determination, hard work, and teamwork among stakeholders.
Speaking on behalf of all attempted parliamentary aspirants in the Bono Region Mr Albert Ameyaw an aspirant for Wenchi Constituency, pledged their unflinching support for the parliamentary candidates in the region ahead of the 2020 elections and urged their supporters to do same.
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