THE ROLES OF THE DEPUTY PARTY LEADERS
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- To be responsible for all the party affairs in the respective districts.
- To support the Leader of the Party, the District Party Chairperson, the candidates running for elective offices, the members, the elected members of the party, the District Chairperson of the party and all the villages Chairpersons.
- To be approved and become a member of the National Executive Committee (N.E.C.) and to request support for the constituencies in your respective district from the National Executive Council, the Government and the Cabinet.
- To assist the Party Leader in recruiting members and candidates for the party.
- To assist the party in getting funding for the party’s campaign and annual budget by organizing fundraising activities.
- To conduct a meeting once a month with all the candidates, elected representatives and officers of the party to provide them with updates.
- To promote the party’s agenda issues to the people living in your respective district.
- To be willing to serve as a minister in the government if elected when the party gain the majority of seats in the House of Representatives and to be willing to retain his or her title as Assistant Deputy Party Leader in addition to his or her ministerial portfolio (s).
- To ensure that the Constitution and the rules of the party are adhere to at all times.
- In the event that the Deputy Leader resigns, become incapable of carrying out his/her duties and functions, the Party Leader can appoint him or her to be the Deputy Leader. However, such an appointment must be approved by the National Executive Committee (NEC) within thirty (30) days from the appointment.