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Hopeson Adorye Fearlessly Storms The NPP Headquarters. What Happens Next?

The former Parliamentary candidate for the Kpone Katamanso constituency, Hopeson Adorye, has boldly published his current whereabouts to Ghanaians on his page. He has revealed to Ghanaians that he has responded to the call from the National Executives of the New Patriotic Party. He disclosed that as of now, he is at the party headquarters and he is ready to meet the National Complaints Committee.

The National Complaints Committee that summoned Hopeson Adorye and Vincent Assafuah is made up of the Chairman of the Constitutional and Legal Affairs Committee of the NPP, Lawyer Frank Davies, the Chairman of the National Council of Elders, Hackman Owusu Agyeman, and the General Secretary of the Party, Justin Frimpong Kodua. It must be noted that this committee is a freshly created committee and it was created by the previous executives of the New Patriotic Party.

Interestingly, this New code of conduct was developed and formed under the auspices of John Boadu when he was occupying the office of the General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). Visionary John Boadu foresaw that such events will recur ahead of the 2024 election so he set up this mechanism and his opponent, Justin Kodua, who believes in continuity, is using this same mechanism to solve such issues.

Now the question that Ghanaians are asking is, now that Hopeson Adorye has met the National Complaints Centre, what will happen next? It is now the role of the National Complaints Committee to interrogate Hopeson Adorye and investigate what happened on that fateful Saturday. They then have to determine whether or not there is a prima facie case. After that, will refer the matter to the National Disciplinary Committee so that the necessary discipline is effected on the person.

The punishment that can be meted out could be in the form of expulsion suspension or disqualification.

So let us wait and see what happens next.

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