On Sunday, September 9, 2021. The final list of the metropolitan, municipal, and district chief executives (MMDCE'S) were out where many people are still jubilating and thank the New Patriotic Party NPP and His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for their marvelous selection. Some of the Npp members were disappointed though but since it's a political interest they are calm.
Early this morning a video trending on social media indicates that Tema Npp party members are not satisfied with their Metropolitan chief executive (MCE) and they have stormed the streets to burn properties over MCE's appointment.
One of the foot soldiers of the Npp party said in the video that they (Tema Npp members) are not fool and whoever has been appointed as the MCE will never be accepted before them.
Just yesterday, Chereponi Youths hits the street and burnt Npp party office. The Npp Executives must rise up for such to be discouraged because this do not call for war.
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