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Did He Give Me Any Appointment Letter? Those Claims Are 'Laughable' – Hopeson Adorye

Hopeson Adorye of the NPP, who is said to have been fired from his party's general secretary's staff, calls the allegations "laughable." After Hopeson Adorye used the pro-Alan walk in Kumasi to disparage Northern party members, Justin Kodua Frimpong reportedly wrote him a message telling him to stop being involved in his office and everything going on around him.

But after asking Justin Kodua Frimpong when he hired him to his squad, Hopeson Adorye questioned his location in relation to it. He participated in an interview with Kwasi Aboagye for the Neat FM program "Ghana Montie." He inquired, "Did he give me any appointment letter?"

I called him and told him I wanted to run a campaign for him in their election, I continued. He will never hire me. Hopeson Adorye has received harsh criticism for several remarks that many people have referred to as "tribal."

Hopeson Adorye addressed the crowd of thousands of Alan Kyerematen supporters at the "Walk for Alan": "There is one thing I am going to say. The NPP follows a custom.

We follow the Busia, Danquah, and Dombo traditions. Danquah represents the Ashanti Region and the Bono areas, Dombo represents the Northern Region, and Danquah represents the Eastern Region and the bottom (south).

"Whenever a Busia leads, the Danquah side steps aside but there is a Dombo, and whenever a Danquah leads, the Busia side steps aside but there is a Dombo," he added. The Dombos are constantly present.


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