Source: myjoyonline.com - After hours of stiff opposition to today’s parliamentary primary of Korle Clottey, delegates have queued in a tense atmosphere to cast their vote.
Party General Secretary Kwabena Agyepong has stuck to his gun to ensure that the election is held today despite growing dissatisfaction among some aspirants and delegates.
Nii Noi Nortey, one of the parliamentary aspirant has also thrown his weight behind the General Secretary that the contest should go on.
But aspirants Philip Addison and Nii Adjei Tawiah have insisted that the primary should be held next week, August 8.
Joy News’ Latif Idrissu who is at the party’s headquarters in Accra reported that as at 10 am accreditation is being issued to some delegates who have formed a queue to vote.
According to Latif, the divergent opinion created some chaotic scene as four police vehicle strategically positioned to quell any escalation of the brewing confusion.
He said some groups believe to be in lawyer Addison’s camp have vowed to see to the postponement of the primary.
However, Latif said there is a high indication that the primary would come off today.
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