Benjamin Yemoah addressing the executives
The Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese (AAK) branch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) on Tuesday sworn in the party?s Council of Elders and its Council of Patrons at Abura Dunkwa.
The 17-member council of elders has Benjamin Yemoah as the chairman.
Twenty-one members of the party make up the Council of Patrons.
The executives would help resolve challenges, as well as ensure discipline in the party at the area.
Speaking at the ceremony, the chairman of the party, Elvis Morris Donkor called for unity among old and new executives of the party.
This, he said, would help the new executives to acquire more knowledge to run the party?s activities effectively.
Mr Donkor noted that plans were underway for the party?s branch to construct its ultramodern edifice.
The chairman hinted that the building would comprise offices, conference room, stores rent and wash rooms and would be completed within two years.
He noted that the executives would not support any specific parliamentary aspirants in the constituency when nominations open to avoid confusion within the party.
Mr Yemoah, in his address, warned party members not to hurl insults at each other on radio to prevent opponents from getting the chance to campaign against them.
?We will not encourage Nana and Allan faction in the party but would raise funds to support assembly members in the upcoming assembly elections,? he added.
The former presiding member of the area, Aba Hagan, appealed to women in the area to actively take part in politics.
From Sarah Afful, Abura Dunkwa