22 May 2005
Eastern Region CPP executives given ultimatum for emergency meeting
Koforidua, May 6, GNA -
Thirteen (13) Constituency chairmen of the Convention Peoples Party (CPP),in the Eastern Region have given the Regional Steering Committee of the party a two- week ultimatum to convene an emergency meeting, to discuss grave and pertinent problems of the CPP.
The chairmen who gave the ultimatum in a resolution passed at a meeting to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the death of Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah, at Koforidua on April 27, described the problems as "threatening the break-up and demise of our great party".The resolution warned that if the Regional Chairman, Nana Owusu-Sekyere failed to call the meeting on or before May 19, the Regional Executive of the constituency chairmen would decide on the next course of action.
The resolution, which was copied to the General Secretary of the Party, the parties parliamentary candidates in Election 2004 and the media houses, set out an agenda for an emergency meeting including a discussion of the party's performance in the election and rendering of account of stewardship of the Steering Committee.