Eric Opoku Asamoah, who served as the Communications Officer for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Asante Akyem North and recently assumed the role of Chief in the Abrewapon Community, has submitted his resignation to the party.
In his letter addressed to the Constituency Chairman of the NPP in Asante Akyem North, Asamoah cited constitutional requirements and his new chieftaincy status as the basis for his resignation. He expressed his desire to avoid any potential conflicts between his duties as a chief and his role within the party.
As per the provisions of Article 94(3)(b) of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana and Article 3(4)(6) of the NPP’s Constitution, Asamoah officially tendered his resignation from the position of Communications Officer for the constituency.
Despite stepping down from his official role, Asamoah affirmed his continued allegiance to the NPP and expressed his willingness to contribute to the party’s success in any capacity. He thanked all stakeholders for their support and reiterated his commitment to the party’s prosperity.
The resignation letter, submitted by Asamoah, underscores his dedication to upholding constitutional requirements and maintaining the integrity of his new position as Chief of Abrewapon.
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The Constituency Chairman
New Patriotic Party
Asanti Akyem North
A LETTER OF RESIGNATION
Persuant to Article 94(3)(b) of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana and Article 3(4)(6) of the New Patriotic Party’s Constitution, I officially write to resign from my position as the communications officer of the New Patriotic Party, Asante Akim North Constituency.
This action is been necessitated by my recent enstolment as the Chief of Abrewapon in Agogo Traditional Area which conflicts with the above constitutional requirement.
I still remain a staunch member of the party on record and humbly embrace any responsibility assigned to me in a diverse ways to ensure the elephant family remains strong and prosperous.
I would like to thank all stakeholders for their support and still committed to work for our dear party.
Long live NPP
Long live Ghana
Eric Opoku Asamoah
(Communications officer AAN)