The constituency will have its first set of party executives following its creation last year.
Three each are contesting the Chairmanship and 2nd Vice-Chairman positions and two each for the First Vice-Chairman, Secretary, Organiser, Nasara Coordinator and Youth Organiser positions.
There are four aspirants each contesting the Treasurer and Women Organiser positions and only one for the Assistant Secretary post.
Mr Frank Alvin Adjavon, a treasurer hopeful, disclosed to the press that he was an active advocate and campaigner for the creation of the Oti Region, youth leader, team player, and advocate and community development agent.
He was ready to work selflessly, be transparent, and be accountable to the constituents when given the chance, he said.
Mr Adjavon said he would ensure fair and equitable disbursement of resources to party members including the grassroots and pledged to lobby for funds, opportunities and resources for the smooth running of the Party in the Constituency.
He appealed to delegates to vote massively for him for the development and growth of the Guan Constituency.