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Ayikoi Otoo hauls out of NPP's Chairmanship race

Nii Ayikoi Otoo, a previous Attorney General and Minister of Justice has uncovered his expectation to pull out the Chairmanship race of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

This transferred to the media by Mr. Peter Mac Manu in front of the National Delegates Conference of the party.

Addressing the media in Accra, Mr. Mac Manu said everything is set for the challenge and it's just Ayikoi Otoo that has removed.

In a new meeting, Ayikoi Otoo approached President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to notice to reactions of purpose of contracted lavish planes.

Talking in a meeting with TV3's Dzifa Bampoh he said the President shouldn't disregard the worries.

"He is tuning in and he continues to say he couldn't want anything more than to surrender capacity to a NPP government. I don't feel that he will wish to do things that will rather endanger that open door, so he ought to tune in. I'm certain inside the most limited conceivable time we ought to find an answer for this issue that must be handled.

"Assuming you imperil your future government, since he is doing his second term which implies unavoidably, he can't run any longer, and you need to surrender they will express in light of these things that the President did we won't offer you the chance, then, at that point, your desire to give up to a NPP government will flame out."

The previous Attorney General additionally swam into the security worries of uncovering subtleties of the President's movements to the overall population.

He said "Official ventures are highly classified matters and accordingly, they don't figure it ought to be dealt with by general society or what individuals are calling straightforwardness, the president's security is vital.

"It is a direct result of the security perspectives to that end the official fly is ran and dealt with by the Military. It is a strategy matter, it is a security matter."

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