Member of Parliament for the Bawku Central constituency, Mahama Ayariga, has sent a bold message to General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, Johnson Asiedu Nketsia, about the upcoming 2022 NDC internal primaries election. Mahama Ayariga disclosed that he had picked intelligence that Asiedu Nketsia might be eyeing the position of Chairmanship in the National Democratic Congress.
In an exclusive interview with Paul Adom Otchere on the Good Evening Ghana show, Mahama Ayariga stated that it would be impossible for Chairman Ofosu Ampofo to downgrade himself and root for the position of General Secretary. However, he believed that Asiedu Nketsia who can and might contest for the Chairmanship position. He stated that if Asiedu Nketsia stood for Chairman of the NDC, he will put the delegates in a tight corner and a difficult situation. He said that although Johnson Asiedu Nketsia had an unprecedented record in the National Democratic Congress, they could not do the dishonorable thing of voting Ofosu Ampofo out.
Mahama Ayariga advised John Asiedu Nketsia to maintain his secretary position.
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