The former Executive members of the youth wing of Conventional People’s Party (CCP) in tertiary institutions (TESCHART), on Tuesday called for the resignation of Mr Ladi Nylander, National Chairman of the party.
It said an interim committee should be formed to oversee the activities of the party, including the Congress Steering Committee, which had the mandate to hold a successful National Delegates’ Congress.
Addressing the media at a press conference in Accra, Mr Godwin Setsofio, former President of TESCHART, said the chairman had failed to unite the party from the grassroots and raise funds and logistics for the national delegates’ congress.
He said the chairman had betrayed the trust reposed in him and could not be allowed to continue toying with the party.
Mr Setsofio noted that the chairman and his team had grossly mismanaged the party, which had contributed to the collapse of many party offices.
“Even in the case of party faithful donating their premises to be used as offices, they have taken back their properties because of poor maintenance,” he said.
Mr Setsofio said the chairman had also failed to listen to sound advice from experienced and leading members.
“This is recipe for disaster for the party, since it threatens the already fragile cohesion in the party.”
He called on leading members to help to find solutions to the challenges confronting the party.