Three Newly Elected National Executives of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana are expected to step aside for Re-election according the Association ‘s Judicial Committee led by Oscar Kofi Agbo.
The Positions include National President, National General Secretary and National Organizing Secretary in the Persons of Wonder Paul Avorgbedor,Bernard Kofi Ansah and Gideon Dwumfuor respectively.
The vice president, Assistant Secretary and the Assistant organizer are expected to act in the capacity of the above mentioned positions until substantial officers to these portfolios are duly elected.
This and many others was contained in a verdict released by the Judicial Committee of TTAG in relation to a petition brought to the committee by two candidates from the Volta Sector in the Persons of Saviour Gokah 1st Petitioner (2016 National General Secretary Candidate) and Benjamin Nubour as 2nd Petitioner (2016 National President Candidate) to challenge the credibility of above elected national executives.
Findings of the Judicial Committee
- The Judicial Committee discovered that the two Petitioners contested the said positions and qualified through the vetting by the Electoral Commission to obtain a 60% pass mark.
- Delegates from the Eastern and Greater Accra Sector (EGA) and the Volta Sector were not alloewd to vote because both sectors presented bloated registers.
- The EC disqualified candidates from the Volta sector on the basis that their sector presented bloated voter register.A decision the JC described as Unconstitutional.
- The ballot papers of the positions the petitioners were vying for were not counted by the EC before declaring the results.
- Volta Sector committed a serious blunder by presenting a list of Voters to cover all seven colleges in the sector instead of five of which two colleges were absent from congress.
- The out gone sector president was not available for questioning by the committee though he was invited.
- The petitioners before sending their petition to the Judicial Committee circulated their petiotion on social media.