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More protests continue to pour in the Karaga District of the Northern Region as a group called Concerned Youth of the National Democratic Congress in the constituency have threatend to vandalize party property in the area over the termination of Hon. Mohammed Abdulai Sandow’s appointment as the District Chief Executive.
The youth group bemoaned that President John Evans Attah Mills was ill advised on the termination of Hon. Abdulai Sandow’s appointment and therefore called for his immediate reinstatement.
Speaking exclusively to Citi News at a news conference dubbed “Setting the record straight,” Alhassan Abukari, Spokesperson of the group hinted that members of the group will resist any attempt to impose anybody on the people of Karaga as the ousted DCE’s successor.
He accused some of the constituency executives particularly the Assistant youth Organizer of masterminding the DCE’s untimely removal from office and concluded that their action could cause the NDC’s defeat in 2012.
He called on the constituency Chairman to implore President Mills to reconsider his decision by reinstating Hon. Abdulai Sandow if the party wants to retain the Karaga seat in 2012.
The Concerned Karaga NDC Youth Group however commended President Mills’ administration for its tremendous performance in the last two years and noted that it was a mark of fulfilling the party’s Better Ghana agenda.
The disappointed Karaga DCE, Hon. Abdulai Sandow was fired with two of his colleagues for Yendi Municipality, Hon. Walvice Adama Hudu Mahama and Hajia Meiliga Mavis Bawa of the Bunkpurugu/Yunyoo district.