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PRESS RELEASE

28TH FEBRUARY 2011


NPP OPENS NOMINATIONS FOR PARLIAMENTARY PRIMARIES


The New Patriotic party (NPP) has as from today the 28th of February, until the 6th of March 2011, opened nominations for the April 30 Parliamentary Primaries.


All interested party members who are eligible to contest and fulfil all requirements shall pick up nomination forms from the National, Regional and Constituency offices across the country.


Attached to the Nomination Forms are the Rules and Regulations governing the primaries, Fees and steps in the electoral process. There shall be no other considerations beyond these Rules and Regulations without the express knowledge of the National Executive.
We urge all to be circumspect in all activities regarding the various processes towards a successful contest.


We wish all aspirants the best of luck and look forward to a peaceful and meaningful contest come April 30.


For more information please contact the Communications Directorate.
Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie
(General Secretary)
 

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