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‘Confusion’ Rocks The NPP As They Organize Another Press Conference To Counter John Mahama

The John Mahama syndrome is still causing raving reviews across Ghana. From his ‘Do or Die’ comments to his declaration of building the Kejetia market, the former president is certainly causing fear and panic in the ruling NPP. John Mahama is on a thank you tour around the country. He sees this as a means to thank the good people of Ghana for giving him over 6 million votes.

Many see the Thank You tour as another campaign season for John Mahama ahead of the NDC primaries. His political rivals have noted with concern how he is deliberately going around the country and winning the support of the masses. The various comments of the former president have caused the ruling NPP to organize a series of press conferences to counter the comments.

Today, Friday, September 17, 2021, the ruling NPP organized yet another press conference at their headquarters. This time Yaw Buaben was the one who anchored the programme. On of the notable things he touched on was the propaganda being peddled by John Mahama and Asiedu Nketia. Yaw Buaben Asamoa was of the view that Asiedu Nketia who is the master of a trickster when it comes to grassroots is scheming to become Chairman and so going around uttering things not to be said.

The NPP communicator added that after Asiedu Nketia failed to grant the NDC victories in the 2016 and 2020 elections, he intends to lead the party as chairman to another defeat. Buaben Asamoa also blasted John Mahama and called him to desist from certain utterances. He noted that even those who intend to rival John Mahama in the NDC have noticed that the tour is another campaign and have arisen to fight this. He challenged the NPP to remain vigilant and strong to ensure another victory in 2024.

Check out the link for the press conference;

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