CPP may not contest 2024 presidential election-Party 

Story: News Desk 

Director of Communications for the Convention People’s Party (CPP), Sylvester Sarpong-Soprano, has indicated that the party is unlikely to field a presidential candidate for the 2024 general election.

He explained that the ongoing internal disagreements within the party have made it impossible to conduct primaries to select a candidate for the elections.

In an interview with the media, Mr Sarpong-Soprano highlighted that the numerous court cases have further hampered the party’s ability to organise itself effectively.

Mr Sarpong-Soprano stressed that unless there was  a significant change soon, the CPP would  struggle to organise itself adequately for the upcoming elections.

“I am not sure we can present a candidate [for 2024] because of what is occurring in the party. The party persistently has not been able to organise [itself], and this is because of multiple repeated court cases challenging the chairman and leader.”

“As the party stands now, as Director of Communications committed to telling the truth about the situation in the party in the interest of the party, I don’t see how that [fielding a candidate] might be possible,” he said.

With less than six months remaining until the December elections, political parties and movements have intensified their campaigns to secure victory.

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