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Honorable Sylvester Tetteh Must Break His Silence On What Hopeson Adorye Said At The Walk For Alan

Early this year, many Members of Parliament began endorsing Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia as the preferable man to lead the New Patriotic Party against Former President John Dramani Mahama in 2024. Notable among such Members of Parliament are Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, Hawa Mavis Koomson, and Yaw Adutwum Osei among others. For Alan, the Member of Parliament for the Ngleshi Amanfro Bortianor constituency, Sylvester Tetteh, was one of the few who endorsed the candidature of Alan Kojo Kyeremanten. His reasoning behind that endorsement was the usual, "It is the turn of Alan".

Now, there is the rumor that Sylvester Tetteh and Hopeson Adorye are the communicators for Alan Kojo Kyeremanten. And now, we all know that Hopeson Adorye has triggered the anger of most of the members of the New Patriotic Party, especially those in the camp of Bawumia. And this is because of the tribalistic comment he made. So far, from the mouth of Hopeson himself, Alan told Hopeson to retract the statement he had made.

Now, there is the call for Honorable Sylvester Tetteh to break his silence on that matter. His silence could mean only one thing; that he is in support of what Hopeson Adorye said. And that does not augur well for the respected member of Parliament.

There could be a situation where the honorable member disagrees with the outburst from Hopeson but his silence can be translated to mean anything. So Sylvester Tetteh must speak like the way Alan did so that Hopeson will be the one to defend himself.

Also, should there be a chance that Sylvester Tetteh gets any ministerial appointment, he will not face any problems. Also, condemning Alan Kyeremanten will mean that he bears no grudge with Bawumia for contesting to become Presidency neither does he hold the view that the role of Vice Presidency in the New Patriotic Party is reserved for Northerners.

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Alan Hopeson Mahamudu Sylvester Tetteh Yaw Adutwum Osei


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