Last week saw the ruling New Patriotic Party successfully conducted her delegates conference. The meeting saw the party elect the leaders to steer the party going into the 2024 elections. One of the issues that characterized the elections was the monetization of the elections. Asamoah Boateng, an aspirant even alleged that some of his colleagues were bribing the delegates.
Well, on Alhaji and Alhaji, Tamale North MP mentioned that he has evidence of some of the monies paid. According to Alhassan Suhuyini, one Oti Region executive might have dropped his notepad that contained the monies that was received from aspirants. He alleged that some of donor or vote buyers include Paul Twum, MP for Dormaa East giving 2000 cedis, Nana B paid 1,700+ 8,500 cedis, Titus Glover paid 6,800, Oppong Peprah 500, Woode 1000, JFK 17,000, Asabee 8,500, John Boadu 25,500, Hon. Kissi 4,800 and Stephen Ntim 8,500+8500, Ameyaw Ekumfi 9,400.
He mentioned that aside the 25,000 cedis that John Boadu gave to delegates in the Oti Region, another 3 million was to be shared. “There was a last minute 3 million that was to be moved but thank God they stopped because it wouldn’t have done anything,” An NPP communicator on the programme tried to debunk these allegations but Suhuyini maintained that the figures he had mentioned were right.
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