Hopeson Adorye, member of the NPP Communications team has dropped a video on his Facebook page to show his recent activity and how he nearly had an accident on Friday Morning. According to Hopeson Adorye, he was a driving when a Toyota Hilux Pick-up car drove with speed and curved right in front of his vehicle.
NPP Communications team member Hopeson Adorye posted a video to his Facebook page detailing his recent activities and how he almost got into an accident which would have led to his death on Friday morning. Hopeson Adorye claims to have been driving when a Toyota Hilux Pick-up accelerated and curved directly in front of his car.
The immediate past New Patriotic Party's Parliamentary Candidate for Kpone-Katamanso Constituency, Hopeson Yaovi Adorye has reacted to the recent display by his wife at the just ended concert organised Stonebwoy in Ashiaman. He also used the opportunity to send message to those criticising and 'attacking' his wife after the concert.
The chemistry which exists between two individuals is inexplicable especially when they are married and the burden on any thoughtful husband is to love his wife unconditionally. This is the beauty of marriage and every moment of life is filled with lots of love, laughter, and happiness together in the years to come.
A political lecturer at the University of Ghana Professor Ransford Gyampo has given response to Hopeson Adorye's comments during the Alan health walk. He said that Hopeson Adorye's observations in the NPP are factually and historically accurate but historical fact isn't tradition. Prof Gyampo in a post on Monday, 15th August 2022, wrote;
Hopeson Adorye has been forced to edit some post he made on social media about someone betraying him despite the fact that he, Hopeson Adorye, had given him his full support. In that post he earlier made, Hopeson Adorye was not specific about who he was talking about.
The former Parliamentary candidate for the Kpone Katamanso constituency, Hopeson Adorye, appears to be angry after he wrote a long piece about not being recognized despite what he has done in the party. Early this week, the New Patriotic Party released a tall list of appointments that were given to some group of people.
"Adorable, Leader, All Over The, Nation" - Hopeson Adorye Explains The First Name Of Alan Kyeremanten
Hopeson Adorye Yaovi, who is a former New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for Kpone Katamanso constituency has declared what he thinks about the first name of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) presidential aspirant, Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten. Acccording to a post that Hopeson Adorye Yaovi uploaded on his official Facebook handle, the name "Alan" was beautifully explained by the former or past NPP parliamentary candidate for Kpone Katamanso constituency.
New Patriotic Party's Hopeson Adorye became so emotional as he wrote some heart touching words on Facebook. According to him, life is really unfair. This is because, sometimes the people you want to take the bullet for is the same person behind the trigger. It's however unclear about the reason why he posted this emotional message with his own picture attached.
A research team named 'Dombo Research Team' of the New Patriotic Party led by Alberto Dombo, a grandson of S.D Dombo has reacted to the unfortunate comment made by Hopeson Adorye to retract it. A comment made by Hopeson Adorye alleged that, Northerners in the NPP are to be selected for running mates as a tradition of the party.
Hopeson Yaovi Adorye, the Director of Operations for the Alan Kyerematen campaign, has disclosed what his boss, the Minister of Trade and Industry, told him following his ethnocentric remark about northerners in the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP). According to him, the NPP presidential candidate applauded his provocative remark made at the Health Walk in Kumasi in the name of Alan Kyerematen.
Hopeson Adorye, a staunch member of the ruling government has been in the news for these past few days for comments he is believed to have made which do not sit well with many of his party members. The gentleman is a supporter of one of the presidential aspirants contesting the intraparty primaries to lead the NPP party.
Amongst the various NPP presidential hopefuls, Alan Kojo Kyeremanten is the only one who has spoken about what transpired during the walk for Alan in the Ashanti Region. He is the first to speak because primarily, he was the reason behind the walk in the first place.
Since Party faithful are of the firm belief that Hopeson Adorye's views do not represent that of the NPP and below the belt, the gentleman seems unperturbed by the brouhaha and has brilliantly responded with a video posted captioned "It shocked them." Is he in any way throwing shades at the opponents of his preferred Presidential candidate or doing so to attract more supporters to his camp?
Former Kpone-Katamanso constituency candidate Hopeson Adorye has been in the headlines for a few different reasons as of late. The comment he made during the "Eduru wo so" health walk, in which he criticized NPP tradition, went viral, and landed him in the spotlight.
Hopeson Adorye, former Parliamentary Candidate for Kpone-Katamanso Constituency, has apologized for comments he made over the weekend during a health walk dubbed "Aduru woso." According to the New Patriotic Party member, the comments he made were not intended to cause confusion among party members or the general public, hence the decision to retract them.
Hopeson Adorye, a member of the NPP Communications team and a staunch admirer of Alan Kyeremanten, has issued an apology to the public for comments he made recently. Hopeson Adorye has acknowledged full responsibility for his words on Saturday in a recent Facebook post. To everyone he may have upset with his statements, he offered his sincerest apologies.
Over the weekend, Kumasi was brought to a standstill at least for a moment. This was after supporters of Alan Kyerematen hit the streets to canvass for votes for their man. According to TV3 reporter Evans Nkum, the supporters defied a party directive with impunity as it wanted to send a message at all cost.
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has done whatever it takes to uphold the overarching set of rules directing the forthcoming party official and parliamentary surveys. The party yesterday brought two individuals; Hopeson Adorye and the NPP Member of Parliament (MP) for Old Tafo Constituency in the Ashanti Region, Ekow Vincent Assafuah, to the disciplinary board of trustees.
￼As Alan's team makes significant headway in the race for president, the vice president's dream of becoming president is in jeopardy of being derailed. Due to the fact that Alan Kyerematen's team disobeyed a party command and organized a large-scale health walk over the weekend, Kumasi came to a complete halt.