The elections are over and the ruling NPP have finished electing their national executives. The 2 frontliners after the elections are Stephen Ntim and Justin Frimpong Kodua for the positions of national Chairman and General Secretary. Many foresaw Ntim’s victory but many didn’t see Frimpong Kodua’s victory. The NPP are left with primaries for MPs and a flagbearer to lead them in 2024.
Frimpong Kodua was on PM express with Evans Mensah on the way forward for the party. Frimpong Kodua announced that he is at peace with John Boadu. He noted that he was ready to work with the old executives as well to project the image of the NPP. Evans Asked him if he was surprised that he beat John Boadu. Kodua explained that he wasn’t surprised because he knew had done his homework.
According to him he targeted about 3000 votes and said probably the injunction of TESCON members from voting may have shortened his votes. It can be recalled that over 290 TESCON students were barred from voting at the last minute. Kodua then confirmed to Evans that he will investigate why there was an injunction and the people behind it. He stated that after the elections he hasn’t had time but he will surely investigate that issue and bring settlement to it.
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