Newly elected National General Secretary for the New Patriotic Party, Lawyer Justin Frimpong Kodua has released an official statement to warn Chairman Wontumi and some top NPP members who are going contrary to party rules.
According to the content of the message released by the General Secretary, he stated it clear that he has come across a video of Ashanti Regional Chairman of NPP, Bernard Antwi Boasiako popularly known as Chairman Wontumi openly campaigning for one of the party presidential hopefuls.
He stated that he has reached out to the Ashanti Regional Chairman to desist from such act because it goes contrary to the rules of the political party.
He took the opportunity to clearly mentioned the code of conducts governing elections in the party.
He concluded by stating that the party does not want to repeat the mistakes they did in 2008 which eventually led the party to opposition.
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