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Nobody In The NPP Has The Authority To Punish Me For Publicly Supporting Alan Cash-Hopeson

Former Kpone-Katamanso constituency candidate Hopeson Adorye has been in the headlines for a few different reasons as of late. The comment he made during the "Eduru wo so" health walk, in which he criticized NPP tradition, went viral, and landed him in the spotlight.

Unlike the norm of the NPP, the remark was made. Supporters of Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia have criticized Hopeson Adorye, calling his comment tribalistic. Hopeson Adorye has so been criticized for this reason.

People who back Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia say Hopeson Adorye's statement does not reflect an unbiased view.

Hopeson Adorye has publicly spoken his opinions today and declared with confidence that no one in his political party has the right to reprimand him for his statements.

Speaking on Oyerepa TV's morning show OBT Agenda with Kwesi Parker Wilson, Hopeson Adorye made it quite plain that the party has no power to reprimand him for his outspoken defense of Alan Kojo Kyeremateng for Trade Minister. Kwesi Parker Wilson acted as the show's host. Kwesi Parker Wilson, in addition to leading the discussion, also acted as the event's moderator. The fact that he does not work for the party or serve on its executive committee, he argued, makes it impossible for anybody to hold him accountable.

His "ordinary" status as a party member who supports Alan Kojo Kyeremateng's ideas was revealed. Because of his firm belief in Alan Kojo Kyeremateng's principles, he cannot be persuaded to abandon his support for the candidate.

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