NPP’s internal elections: NPP is known for electoral violence – NDC Dept Youth Org


NPP’s internal elections: NPP is known for electoral violence – NDC Dept Youth Org

The New Patriotic Party, NPP has been described as chaotic and only interested in intimidations as far as elections are concerned in Ghana.

The description comes at the back of unforseen and chaotic scenes that have characterised the ongoing internal elections of the NPP.

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The NPP has opened nomination for polling station executives election but has been marred with confusion and misunderstanding, a situation that has prompted National executives of the party to respond accordingly.

Meanwhile, in an interview on Bryt fm news with Kwabena Nyarko Abronoma, the Deputy Communication Director of the main opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC Ahmed Agbenyadzi has slammed the NPP of periodically involving in chaotic scenes anytime there is election, being internal or national.

He mentioned incident of the by-election at Ayawaso West Wuogon where some persons were killed and others sustaining several degree of injuries.

“Abronoma, do you remember what happened at Ayawaso during the by-election where some Ghanaians lost their lives because of votes.

The NPP is only interested in wining power but does not think about the welfare of the citizens” he stressed.

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Mr. Agbenyadzi again emphasised on happenings in the 2020 general elections where some incidents of criminality were recorded and blamed it on the insensitive nature of the Akufo-Addo led government.

He stated “President Akufo-Addo has earned the acronym as a human rights lawyer but look at the series of human rights abuse that have been recorded under his tenure”.

Credit: Kwabena Nyarko Abronoma/filasconews

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