Saturday, November 29, 2008

Members of NDC Zongo caucus advised

Alhaji Alhassan Ibn Ibrahim, National Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Zongo caucus of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has admonished members to abide by the code of ethics of the association.
        This, he said, would help retain the good image of the caucus while increasing their membership and their achievements.
        "Under no circumstances should you allow yourselves to be used by self-seeking politicians to cause violence and mayhem as the December 7, 2008 polls draw near," he said.
        Alhaji Ibrahim was speaking at the inauguration of the Atwima-Nwabiagya constituency branch of the Zongo caucus at Barekese at the weekend.
        The 16-member caucus has Mr Ahmed Rufai Abdul-Rahman as co-ordinator, Mr Osumanu Sanusi Mohammed, secretary, Mr Dauda Adamu, organiser and Madam Rahina Musah, women's organiser.
        The National PRO said the caucus has been established on a genuine grounds and that it was not violent as some people perceived. He said the national executive of the caucus had embarked on an intensive campaign to solicit votes to enhance the NDC chances of winning the elections.
       Alhaji Othman Yahya, Ashanti Regional Co-ordinator of the Zongo caucus, entreated members to unite for the benefit of the progress of the association.
       He said the NDC had in the past contributed effectively to the development of the Zongo communities and Muslims in general and said it was during the party's regime that the Islamic Education Unit was established in addition to the institution of the office of the National Chief Imam.
       Mr Abdul-Rahman was happy for the confidence for the confidence reposed in them and promised that he and his colleagues would work harder to increase their membership.

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