The Tamale Central Member of Parliament, Hon. Inusah Fuseini has disclosed that the attack on Regional Secretary, Sualisu Be-Awuribe and the treasurer, Kassim Bakari was primarily based on misinformation.
According to the MP prior to a meeting that was to be held in the morning, party executives brought one “Yellow”, a known opponent of the chairman, during the party’s regional elections, to preside over the meeting.
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This, he explained, angered the chairman leading to his actions.
However, Hon. Inusah Fuseini said that checks have proven that the person in question was the party’s organiser, Baba Abdullah and not “Yellow” as was reported.
He said the information was given with the aim of gaining favour from the chairman and has, therefore, urged the chairman to be careful when it comes to the information he receives.
The attack left the Regional Secretary, Sualisu Be-Awuribe and the treasurer, Kassim Bakari injured.
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Mr Fuseini advised the Regional Chairman of the NDC to work hand in hand with party executives and youth in the region, adding that the effectiveness of the chairman’s leadership is dependent on building consensus among his executives.
He said if the youth of the party see the coordination between the executives, they will restrain themselves from any forms of mischief in the region.
“What we have established in Tamale is a Regional Executive Committee, the chairman has responsibilities to the entire region including executives, so he has a duty to bring all of them together.
There is no way he can provide effective leadership without building consensus among his executives. If the youth see that they are together, they can’t misbehave,” he said.