Mr. Kwabena Sarpong who is a member of the communication team of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), has boldly come out to tell the New Patriotic Party members that if care is not taken in the party, Mr. John Dramani Mahama will become the next president for our own selfish purposes.
Mr. Kwabeba Sarpong speaking on Net2 television station said that the names popping up as candidates to contest flagbearership I'm the NPP party. We need to think about the development of the nation first and Ghanaians themselves will vote massively for anyone who becomes the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) party.
He advices that what is going on in the country must be worked on. The killing of innocent children in the country must quickly be discouraged by the Ghana security services because he (Kwabeba Sarpong) trust them very well.
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