A former Parliamentary Candidate aspirant of Anlo constituency of the biggest opposition party National Democratic Congress (NDC) , Mr Wonder Victor Kutor has said, he is battle ready to aid the come back of NDC to power if given the nod as the National Executive Member.
According to him, his vision and strategies for the party in going into 2024 elections has a great tendency of recapturing power from the inept NPP government because election 2024 is a must win for NDC.
After a day of dousing tension surrounding his candidature, the National Executive Committee (NEC) cleared the
Former Law School SRC President during the Vetting Committee to Contest NDC National Elections as National Executive Committee (NEC) member
Mr. Wonder Victor Kutor has been cleared to contest the forthcoming NDC National Elections.
Prior to declaring his intentions to contest, a petition was made against his candidature in relation to allegations levelled against him whilst in office as SRC President.
However, Mr. Kutor who appeared before the panel on Wednesday November 16, 2022 was given a fair hearing and has since been cleared to contest as NEC Member.
The Audit report from the Ghana School of law for 2021/2022 Academic year confirms that all sponsorships cash were paid into the Ghana School of Law SRC account and not paid to the President personal account.
Page 21 of the audit report also confirms that all the monies were used for SRC related expenditure.
Mr. Kutor is back from the University of North Florida to contest as member of the NDC National Executive Member.
During the last NDC administration, Mr. Kutor worked as a special assistant to the Deputy Minister for Energy & Petroleum, Hon. John Jinapor. He is currently the owner of Kutor Farms and an immigration consultant.
The Vetting committee was chaired by Lawyer Abraham Amaliba. Other members of the Vetting Committee are Former Attorney General, Lawyer Betty Mould Iddrisu, Hon. Amb. Sam Pee Yalley, Mr. William Wilson Agbleke, Hon. Hajia Laadi Ayamba, Hon. Elizabeth Ofosu-Agyare.
By Lawrence Odoom/statenewsghana.com
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