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You Violated Party Codes - NPP Draws Sword, Writes To Alan Kyerematen, Invites Hopeson Adorye

The controversies surrounding the health walk held in honour of Mr. Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten has taken another turn with the officials of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) stamping it's authority over the development. The National Steering Committee Executive of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NDC) in a statement to the Press, expressed its displeasure with the Aduro Wo So health walk held in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

The Executive noted that prior to the Walk, its National General Secretary of the Party, Mr. Justin Frimpong Kodua issued cautioned executives and members of the NPP to refrain from acts that will breach the Code of Conducts for Presidential and Parliamentary primaries. The Statement also revealed that General Secretary and the National Organiser of the party further directly engaged with organizers of the Health Walk in a bid to encourage them to shelve their plan for the walk to avoid a breach of the Party's code of conduct, but organizers went ahead with the walk despites the many cautions to them.

In response to disregard for the party's code of conduct, the Executives have thrown an invitation to Mr. Hopeson Adorye and Hon. Ekow Vincent Assafuah, to answer questions on their role in the open declaration of support for Alan Kyeremanten and the organisation of the health walk.

The statement says, Mr. Alan kyeremanten, himself has been written to in respect of the Health Walk that was organized in his name. The content of the letter to Mr. Kyeremanten is however not clear.

Preparations for the flagbear race in the two main political parties in Ghana, the NPP and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) are usually marked with deep rivalry, which when not checked has a tendancy to cause deep cracks within the party. As Ghanaians complain about the worsening economic conditions, it will help for the NPP to present a united front for election 2024, if it intends to continue holding on to power.

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