The disunity among New Patriotic Party (NPP) members of Ablekuma West Constituency in the Greater Accra Region is inching to its end.

The long awaited primary to elect a parliamentary candidate for the 2016 General Elections which was suspended indefinitely because of chaos, could take place soon if all things be equal.

Chaos in the Ablekuma West Constituency has disenabled the party to hold its primary in June 13th 2015, when the party held its primaries for most constituencies in the country.

Due to this, disgruntled members sued the party in court.

Three parliamentary aspirants of the party have intensified their campaigns ahead of a crucial primary in the constituency.

The incumbent MP Usular Owusu Ekuful is being challenged by  Ablekuma West constituency chairman Theophilus Tettey Enyo and a third candidate popularly called Roni.

The three have over the past month been crisscrossing the constituency meeting NPP delegates and explaining their policies and programmes to them to solicit their votes.

A visit by to the constituency, showed that the party was making feverish preparations and leaving no stone unturned to ensure  the conduct of a smooth election.

Paraphernalia of the three candidates, namely Ursula Owusu, Theophilus Tettey and Roni were visibly displayed on street light poles.

The poles from the Dansoman roundabout were also decorated with NPP flags to indicate that the party was ready for its parliamentary primary.

Meanwhile, the party has hinted to put to rest all the internal election issues in the constituency on February 13, 2016.