The Communication Director of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Yaw Buaben Asamoah has revealed that the leadership of the party will crack the whip against any leadership Aspirants who will go overboard with their ambition to lead the party.
Yaw Buaben Asamoah made this disclosure via phone call interview with MX24 television this afternoon when he was responding to a question concerning the leadership power struggle in the NPP.
According to him the NPP as a political party is not against any personal ambition of its members who are trying to test the waters to see if they are popular enough to lead the party. They believe the timing is wrong and the process has started too early.
"We are not helpless. We are developing guard lines and we are going to crack the whip if any of them go overboard." - he said
He added that the party wants to stay in power over the 8 years mandate given them so, they are doing everything possible to nip this internal jostling in the bud so that it doesn't affect their chances in the 2024 general elections.
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