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Angry NPP supporters paint party office with NDC colors, decorate it with posters of John Mahama in Fomena (video)

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Angry NPP supporters paint party office with NDC colors, decorate it with posters of John Mahama in Fomena (video)

Frustrated members of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) protested against the party’s leadership in the Fomena constituency.

They were protesting “no polling station elections” in the region.

On Monday, March 7, unhappy members were seen changing the NPP office’s traditional red, white, and blue colors to red, white, green, and black, the colors of their political rival, the NDC.

Earlier this month, members of the party’s disgruntled youth swore to resist any effort by the party to impose Andrews Asiamah, the party’s second Deputy Speaker, on them.

Additionally, the youngsters questioned why the constituency was left out of the polling station executive election.

“We would resist any effort by the NPP party officials to impose the independent candidate and his followers on the constituency’s committed NPP voters,” Micheal Ankapong, an aspiring youth organizer, told the media on Wednesday, February 23 in Fomena.

According to the youths, a meeting between the party’s leadership and the independent candidate occurred.

“Several officials met with Hon. Andrew Amoako Assiamah, the Independent candidate for Fomena, to enlist his supporters in the battle against party internal elections,” he continued.

The party’s communication director, Yaw Buaben Asamoa, was unable to explain why the Fomena constituency was not included in the polling station elections.

“We didn’t offer any explanation before, and we won’t give any reason now,” he told TV3’s William Evans-Nkum.

Watch the Video Below:

Source: Docupdates.com

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