The National Democratic Congress (NDC) will be holding a flagraising ceremony at Ningo Gangan in the Assin North Constituency to mark 31 years of establishment.
The party was founded on June 10, 1992 ahead of that year’s elections, a return to democratic rule in Ghana.
The party marked exactly three decades of its formation last year.
This year’s coincides with the electioneering campaign for the by-election in Assin North, the reason why the leadership of the party is taking the celebration to that constituency.
Already, party big wigs are in the Assin North Constituency, campaigning for James Gyakye Quayson to be re-elected as Member of Parliament (MP).
Mr Gyakye Quayson lost his seat after the courts ruled that he held a Canadian citizenship prior to filing his nomination for the December 2020 elections.
Members of the NDC have disagreed with the courts and found the ruling targeted at the opposition party.
Minority Leader Dr Cassiel Ato Baah Forson, who led the caucus to the Central Region constituency, said victory in the June 27 by-election will not only be for Mr Gyakye Quayson but will also be for justice.
All NDC national executives bar the General Secretary, Fifi Fiavi Kwetey, who is out of jurisdiction, are expected to be at the venue for the ceremony.