The General Secretary of Convention People’s Party, Nana Yaa Jantuah, has resigned.
This was after a petition was presented before the National Executive Council meeting for her removal from office over accusations of misconduct and non performance.
Nana Yaa, who appeared unperturbed with the petition, announced her resignation from the party as a national executive.
“May be they think that some other people can do it better, so if that’s what it is, then it’s fine. In politics, you do not hold unto the hinges of the party. I have done what I have to do in the past three years, and I thank the party for allowing me to serve. I am gone and there is no qualms about it. I put it on record today that I am no longer the General Secretary of the Convention People’s Party. In due course, I am going to let everyone know where my political allegiance would be”.
Nana Yaa Jantuah was elected the General Secretary of CPP in August 2020.
She, together with seven national executives volunteered to resign during the NEC meeting held in Kumasi on December 5.
This has come at the time the party is struggling to re-organize itself ahead of the 2024 general elections