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In Yendi, enraged NPP youth vandalize party property. (watch)

After some irate youth destroyed the Party's headquarters on Sunday, March 13, the New Patriotic Get-together (NPP) conducted a poll of station chiefs' political decisions in the Yendi Constituency.

This follows the Party's administration's warning that those who do not use internal instruments to advance their interests will be ejected.

In the teenage case, Farouk Aliu Mahama, the Member of Parliament (MP) for the area, is seeking to cram the political race register with his cherished people's votes.

"We were told on the radio, and the electorate secretary met with surveying station directors, secretaries, and organizers and informed them that no current surveying station chiefs would be removed from the collection, but today the web-based media coursing collection is credited with removing around 165 existing surveying stations."

"What we deduced from the supposed registry is that they have included loved ones, married couples, and persons who have not cast a ballot as execuitves in various surveying stations." They claimed that "no one can buy us in Yendi."

In the meantime, the adolescent wing of the Ahafo Region's Tano North Constituency has stated that it will fight efforts by the MP, Freda Akosua Prempeh, to reverse the political decision results.

They claim that during a media visit in Ahafo, the MP expressed her dissatisfaction with the outcome of the races that picked surveying station leaders in the voting demographic, an activity led by the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Osei Boahen.

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