Salat said Kanu has already complied with the Political Parties Act as it has members in 31 of the 47 Counties, which he said are in all the eight regions.
He said the party was bigger than any one person and challenged those who were absent from the NDC to prepare to answer where they were when others were trying to save Kanu.
"We have now only ten days for the party to be deregistered if we do not comply and there are some people who want us to be locked out," Salat said.
He said they had to use Article 13 2c of the constitution to force the holding of the NDC to save the party after four postponements.
The party resolved that the Kanu Constitution 2012 takes effect immediately and that the interim national officials should take charge to conduct the partyâs grassroots and national elections within the next two months.
The interim officials are also to ensure the party is registered as per requirements of the Political Parties Act and spearhead the recruitment of new members.
The new officials will also be in charge or reorganising, revamping and rebranding of Kanu, among other tasks.