Names of 11Tertiary Students Confederacy, TESCON, of the New Patriotic Party, NPP, have allegedly been removed from the delegates album ahead of the upcoming national executive elections.
The Greater Accra Regional Presidents of TESCON, has therefore, petitioned the National Election Committee of the party and copied to the National Chairman, the General Secretary and the Elections Appeals Board Chairman of the NPP, giving a 24- hours ultimatum for the right thing to be done, otherwise they will equally advice themselves.
According to the petitioners, some TESCON Presidents, who voted in the regional elections have been changed and replaced with people who are aliens to the said institution they claim to be Presidents.
The petition, further stated that in the case of Accra Technical University, the institution together with the name of the President by name, Emmanuel Darko, have been taken out of the list.
The (11) petitioners added that the rules and regulations for conduct for national annual delegates conference and in line with article (9) of the Constitution of party released by the National General Secretary, stated that TESCON President representative in the absence of the President from each of the recognized tertiary institutions in the country is named as a delegate for the National Delegates Conference [NDC].
The petitioners, therefore called for the retention of the Greater Accra Regional TESCON Register, which was used for the regional delegates’ conference and also those whose names have been affected, should be rectified.
The affected delegates are: Emmanuel Darko of the Accra Technical University, Jonathan Sackey-Addo of the Academic City University, Josiah Ampah of the Accra Institute of Technology and Etse Prosper Mactunde of the Blue Crest University College.
The rest are; Georgiette kissi- Brobbey of the UGDE, Aaron Lamprey of NAFTI, Gyasi Eduam of the University Of Ghana, Legon, Baba S. Suleman of the UEW Distance, Inusah Sugri of the West End University and Prince Kwame Boake of the Datalink University.