NPP Communications Team member, Lawyer Adomako Baafi has sent a bold message to the minister of Trade and Industries, Alan Kyeremanten.
Speaking on Okay FM this morning, Lawyer Adomako revealed that some of the communicators or campaigners of Alan Kyeremanteng are very good and are more dedicated to their work. His main concern is that some of them use some words in their campaign that tarnishes the image of the other aspirants such as Kennedy Agyapong and Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.
Lawyer Adomako Baafi explained this and revealed that Benjamin Acheampong is mentioning names such as Kennedy Agyapong and Afriyie Akoto as persons who will give their support to Alan Kyeremanteng. Meanwhile Kennedy Agyapong or Afriyie Akoto may not have such intends.
He served a bold message to Alan Kyeremanten and urged him to meet all his communicators or campaigners so that they will know how to speak well of him to the public in a manner that will not cause problems in the party.
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NPP will soon hold internal elections to elect their flag bearer. Names such as Kennedy Agyapong, Alan Kyeremanten, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and Afriyie Akoto have popped up as favorites for such position. "Secret" campaigning have began as Kennedy Agyapong is the first person to declare his intention publicly.
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