Otokunor concedes defeat to Fiifi Kwetey in NDC General Secretary race

Dr. Peter Boamah Otokunor conceded defeat to Fiifi Kwetey on Sunday dawn after provisional results emerging from the 10th National Democratic Congress National Delegates Congress confirmed the Ketu South MP has carried the day.

Writing in a post on social media, Fiifi Kwetey intimated that his closest contender, Dr. Otokunor, who is the immediate past Deputy General Secretary of the party had reached out to concede and congratulated him for remaining victorious.

“My Brother and Comrade Boamah Otokunor called me a few minutes ago to congratulate me. Very gracious of him. I had earlier told him yesterday that I was proud of his competitive campaigning and I repeated same this morning. I reassured him of my complete readiness to work closely with him to make our party greater and stronger,” Fiifi Kwetey wrote on Facebook.

Fiifi Kwetey contested with Peter Boamah Otukunor, who served as Mr. Nketia’s Deputy, and Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, a former Sports Minister.

Earlier, the former NDC Propaganda Secretary stated that if he loses the elections he will not challenge the outcome of the elections but accept defeat.

“Anyone who emerges today emerges because he is the one supposed to be. If anyone is preparing rooms to find excuses, I will not be one of those.

“I believe at the end of the day those who emerge did so rightly,” he told Metro TV’s Henry Akwasi Badu.

Fiifi Kwetey noted that “their wins are the voice of the masses and the will of the voters.”

By: Bernard Ralph Adams | Metrotvonline.com | Ghana

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