James Agyei – Aspiring Ist Vice chairman, Joe Osei – Aspiring 2nd Vice chairman and Amoasi – Aspiring constituency chairman
Three persons are contesting the impending Afigya Kwabre South constituency election unopposed, for the positions of Secretary, Nasara and Treasurer.
They are Damata Salam (Secretary), Rachel Boateng (Treasurer) and Shaibu Seidu (Nasara Coordinator).
At the close of nomination on April 20, 2022 the following contestants had filed their nominations to contest the various positions.
They are; Robert Owusu (Chairman) Newton Owusu (1st vice chairman), Appiah Kubi (2nd vice chairman) Duncan Nkrumah (Organiser), Dominic Afriyie (Assistant Secretary), Charles Owusu (Youth Organiser) and Yaa Pokuaa (Women’s Organiser).
Also contesting for the seven remaining positions are Mr. Amoasi (chairman), James Agyei (1st vice chairman) and Joe Osei, vying for 2nd Vice chairmanship.
The rest are; Stephen Boah (Deputy Secretary), George Best (Organiser), Yaa Konadu (Women Organiser) and Redford Mintah (Youth Organiser).
The chairmanship position would be keenly contested with the exit of the immediate past constituency chairman, Odeneho Kwaku Appiah, alias COKA, who has relinquished his post to vie for the regional chairmanship slot.
Aspiring chairman, Mr. Amoasi’s team made up of James Agyei for 1st vice chairman and Joe Osei for 2nd Vice chairman, are highly tipped to carry the day to continue with the running of the affairs of the party and sustain the legacy of Odeneho Kwaku Appiah.
Meanwhile, the outgoing constituency chairman, COKA, as he is affectionately called, has wished the contestants well in the upcoming elections.
In a post on his Facebook page, Odeneho Kwaku Appiah, expressed gratitude to the people of Afigya Kwabre South for showing him love and teaming up with him to execute his role as the constituency chairman for six consecutive times.
Sounding biblical, Odeneho, trusting God to be his only hope for advancement in life, urged his admirers and Afigya Kwabre South constituents, not to be troubled by his exit because as he put it, “for I go to prepare a place for you. If I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to myself, that where I am, there you may be also,” referring to John 14-1-3.