The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Deputy National Youth Organizer hopeful, Justice Yeboah has allegedly stepped out from the race barely weeks to the national executive elections.
Sources close to the vibrant NDC communicator said that, Justice Yeboah, popularly known as Akwadaa Nyame, will make an official communique to the media by Tuesday 2nd October 2018 regarding his reasons for withdrawing from a race that was tilting towards his favour.
The National Democratic Congress Deputy National youth organizer position is being contested by 12 candidates. Out of the 12 candidates, six of them are from the northern region, 3 from the Volta region and Justice Yeboah being the only candidate from the Ashanti region which is also the region with the highest number of delegates.
It is unclear why he is stepping down even though most odds are in his favour.
The other candidates for the deputy national organizer position are Ruth Dela Seddoh, Alhaji Mohammed Amidu, Edem Agbana, Lampty Lawrence, Obed Koah, Fuseini Sugrinooma, Stephanon Ayigura Nsoh, Ahmed Mankama Jackoni, Bright Nudokpo, Adel Umar Ibrahim and Sulemana Abdul Karim.
The NDC National Executive elections will be happening on the 20th of October 2018 at the Trade Fair centre in Accra. The Youth congress will however be held on the 27th of October, 2018 at Gomoa Sete.