It is alleged that Kwabena Duffour will contest John Dramani Mahama in the National Democratic Congress presidential primaries. This allegation was supported by a poster that named the campaign team of Kwabena Duffour. Today, Yaw Boateng Gyan who was named in the poster as one of the key executives in the "Duffour Team", appeared on Asempa FM. He did not deny that the circulating poster was fake.
Reacting to that, New Patriotic Party communicator, Denis Miracle Aboagye explained that some members of the National Democratic Congress have told him personally that they do not support the "John Mahama movement". He disclosed that these NDC members believed Mahama is not the right person to contest the NPP. He went ahead to state that they fear that they will be suspended from the party immediately they make their intentions known. He intentionally enquired from NDC's Eric Adjei if he was not part of those group of people.
"They are afraid they will be sacked like how they did it to Allotey Jacobs, Koku Anyidoho, and the others. That is why they are quiet.", Denis revealed.
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