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Ashie-Moore fulfills campaign promise, shares 150,000 to delegates

The newly-elected chairman of the National Democratic Congress {NDC} for the greater Accra Region Hon. Emmanuel Nii Ashie Moore has fulfilled his campaign promises to delegates in some selected constituencies during the regional election. In fulfillment of his campaign promises the chairman issued a cheque of GHS 150,000 which has successfully been cashed and share to all the delegates from the selected constituencies that were promised.

The campaign chairman for the newly-elected chairman, Hon Emmanuel Nii Laryea debunked media reports that the elected chairman issued a dug cheque to the delegates which was bounced at the Bank. The cheque did not bounce, the cheque has been dully cleared, the money has been paid and the delegates are happy with the new chairman.

As I speak to you, the cheque has been cashed and all the delegates from the specific constituencies that the promise was made had their money,” Hon. Nii Laryea explained in an interview. He said the media reports that Hon. Nii Ashie Moore issued a dud cheque to delegates to bribe them during the recent regional elections as a palpable falsehood. He added that those reports are been mastermind by sore losing candidates who contested Hon Ashie Moore but did not win.

According to him, the promises to the delegates were made during campaign tours, those constituencies as part of the newly-elected chairman’s vision to resource and rebrand the region to capture power in the 2024 elections.

Mr. Nii Laryea urged members of the NDC, the beneficiary constituents and well-meaning Ghanaians to disregard the foul wild allegations levelled against Chairman Ashie-Moore, adding that the focus is on how the NDC wins the 2024 elections and rescue Ghanaians from the current economic hardship.

A deputy communication officer for Ablekuma South and delegate to the regional elections, William Amenuvor said the constituency delegates had received their fair share of the GHS 150 000 000. According to him, the allegation is a total fabrication to tarnish the reputation of the chairman who in his view has good intentions for the region.

“Frankly, when the promise was made and later the cheque was issued to a constituency I did not believe it. I did not trust it, I took it as one of those political campaign promises but today I am happy I have received the money and the new stories out there that it was a dud cheque are lies,” Amenuvor added.

He stressed that he believes chairman Ashie-Moore has a good heart and plans to lead the region to victory and their constituency executives would give their support for victory. Mr Amenuvor dismissed the claims they were bribed to vote for Hon. Ashie-Moore, saying we voted on promises the candidates were made promises and we made a choice.

I am certain the new chairman will do a great job for NDC in the region and that is what we the grassroots want. The constituency executives who received their share of the GHS 150 000 000 cheque cash express their appreciation to the new chairman for fulfilling his promises.

Meanwhile, Chairman Ashie-Moore has dismissed claims he has affairs with member of parliament for Ada, Hon Comfort Doyoe.

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