Hopeson Adorye has hailed the general secretary of the New Patriotic Party and referred to him as "Strategic."
The former Parliamentary aspirant for the kpone Katamanso constituency has made a controversial statement recently that is deemed unacceptable by some members of the party.
After several reactions from elite members and the grassroots, the gentleman issued a disclaimer and subsequently apologized for his statement. He belongs to the Alan kyeremanteng campaign team and has boldly declared his intentions.
Justin Frimpong Kodua popularly known as JFK won the general secretaryship some months ago after a hot contest between him and the then incumbent John Boadu. Political analysts and pollsters boldly predicted that his opponent would emerge victorious.
Surprisingly, JFK won much to the surprise of many. The gentleman is now the chief scribbler and he is reported to have sacked Hopeson from his campaign team after his comments.
Fast forward today, Hopeson is describing the General Secretary as strategic. Does he see him as such?
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