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Closure of NPP A/R Office; NPP members rubbish claims, say it’s a mere discolour

A branch member group of the Ashanti regional NPP has rubbished some claims circulating on social media that the NPP office has been closed down by the landlady.

The group members who identifed themselves as the communication persons for Chairman Wontumi said there’s no substance of truth in the said matter.

Mr. Duncan Opoku Boateng aka Bombay, addressing the media at the party’s office on Monday said an underground investigation that’s yet to established reveals that the said propaganda was orchestrated by some members within the NPP party who wants to contest the hardworking Chairman. He said that will never help the party to break the eight (8) as they wish.

On his part, Mr. Eric Adu Fosu aka Kuskus speaking to the media said there were some other allegations that Chairman Wontumi who promised to build a new party office has not been able to execute his promise.
He said there’s no truth in that propaganda too. According to him the office complex which 24 rooms and 3 conference rooms was single handedly financed by Chairman Wontumi himself.

He revealed that the office complex which was expected to complete in 2020 could not see its completion due to the fact that the plan for the initial project was changed. He however urged all Ghanaians to rubbish such claims and call for unity.


By Simon Opoku Afriyie

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