Former Deputy trade minister, Murtala Mohammed likely to face NDC primaries disqualification as he is alleged to have not registered under Tamale central constituency.

He was formerly the MP for Nanton before he was defeated in the 2016 general elections.

Some branch executives of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Tamale central constituency, say Hon Mutala Mohammed does not qualify to contest the upcoming parliamentary elections in the Tamale Central constituency but rather the Nanton constituency all in the northern region.

They said, the parliamentary aspirate is not an active party member in the Tamale central constituency, thus, if he is allowed to contest, it will be a violation of the party’s constitution.

In a press statement, Signed by one Mr. Iddrisu advised leadership of the party to disqualify Hon. Mutala from contesting the constituency primaries based on the party’s guidelines.

He argued that, the aspirate is a known and active member of D/A Primary School, Zieng branch of the NDC in the Nanton Constituency since 2012.

Source: rainbowradioonline.com