70 pick forms to contest CPP parliamentary primaries
Mr. Emmanuel Gallo, the Regional Chairman, told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) that five of the aspirants are women.
Delegates’ conference to elect the parliamentary candidates for the November polls, would be held across all the 47 constituencies on Saturday, April 30.
He expressed optimism that the CPP would make a strong showing in the coming general election.
Mr. Gallo predicted that it was going to win not less than five parliamentary seats in the region.
He would, however, not identify the seats, he was sure would fall to the party.
He spoke of re-activation of the party’s structures at all levels and the intensification of its election campaign to boost its appeal to voters and broaden the support base.
Mr. Gallo appealed to the electorate to trust them with their votes to bring development and prosperity to the nation.
They should make the right judgement on voting day to end the economic suffering, he added.