The Annual Delegates Conference of the New Patriotic Party in the Ketu South Constituency is in limbo as stakeholders are not sure whether it will be held after hours of no activity.
The elections were scheduled to be held at the new campus of Three Town Senior High School on Sunday, July 3, to elect constituency executives.
As at about 1130 hours, aspirants, delegates and Electoral Commission (EC) officials were confused as to whether the elections would come off or not.
The Conference was initially planned to be held on May 02, 2022, but could not take place over concerns with the electoral register, alleged attempts to disqualify some eligible candidates and failure to follow laid down procedures.
When the Ghana News Agency (GNA) visited the grounds, the EC officials had their set-up ready and waiting for the start of the elections, scheduled to be conducted from 0700-1400 hours.
Mr Kofi Sakyi Boampoang, the Ketu South EC Officer, declined any comments to the GNA over the cause of the delay aside indicating a decision to meet with aspirants.
Mr Kwame Ashiabi, the current Deputy Organiser, said the delegate claimed the delay was due to some challenges with the album.
Attempts to speak to Mr Albert K. Bediako, the Chairman, Ketu South Constituency Election Committee, for his reaction proved unsuccessful.
In all, 30 candidates are vying to occupy the 10 available positions of Chairman, Vice Chairman, Second Vice Chairman, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, Organiser, Women Organiser, Youth Organiser and NASARA Coordinator of the party in the Constituency.