The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), has warned all presidential candidate hopefuls to desist from running all forms of campaigns since it was not time for such activities.
The party has also cautioned them against meeting party executives or delegates of the party to influence them to vote for them.
According to the party, such activities are in breach of the party’s constitution.
In a statement issued and signed by General Secretary Justin Kodua, sanctions would be applied against all those who would not abide by the directive issued.
“Equally, until the party duly opens nominations for presidential and parliamentary primaries, all prospective presidential and parliamentary aspirants are to desist from all forms of campaign activities including mounting of billboards and holding meetings with party executives as that would be in breach of the Code of Conduct,” of the party, he added.
He also warned that the failure of the protective candidates to abide by the directive may lead to large consequences and sanctions against such offenders.