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NPP Fomena constituency chairman resigns

NPP Fomena constituency chairman resigns

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Mr. Akwasi Nti, the Fomena constituency chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has announced his resignation from his post as the constituency chairman for the party.

In a letter, Mr. Nti claims he took the decision on health grounds after his medical doctor advised him to do so.

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The Fomena chairman said:

“I write to formally inform you of my decision to resign as the Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party Fomena Constituency on health grounds.

“I have therefore arrived at this decision having considered advice from medical professionals for me to take leave of active politics.”

Read the full text below:

Dear Sir,

Decision To Resign From Post As Constituency Chairman

I write to formally inform you of my decision to resign as the Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party Fomena Constituency on health grounds.

I have therefore arrived at this decision having considered advice from medical professionals for me to take leave of active politics.

Having served our dear party in various roles and capacity since 1992: Ward Youth Organizer, Ward Chairman, Youth Organizer,  Constituency Chairman, it is time to take a bow and allow others to serve the party.

Notwithstanding my resignation, I want to give the firmest assurance that I will continue to support the party in all capacity to and make it possible in consolidating the gains made since the formation of the NPP.

I know this decision will recieve various reaction from people, particularly my friends and love ones but this decision has been made upon sober and deep reflection.

I have formally communicated this decision to the constituency, regional and the national hierarchy.

It has been a great honour serving my people and the Great Elephant Family.

LONG LIVE GHANA, LONG LIVE NPP
Signed
Akwasi Nti Asamoah
Constituency Chairman, NPP
Fomena

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