The New Patriotic Party (NPP) electoral area coordinators in Asokwa Constituency have urged their chairman, Rev. Benjamin Ofosu Nkrumah to render an unqualified apology to the newly elected General Secretary of the NPP party, Justin Frimpong Kodua Esq.
According to these coordinators, prior to the NPP National Executives Election, Chairman Benjamin Ofosu Nkrumah made an unsavory comments against the then secretary aspirant JFK.
They said, agreement was made between all the Asokwa Constituency executives and the coordinators to unanimously vote for Justin Frimpong Kodua Esq but Chairman Ofosu Nkrumah defied it and campaign for other candidate which is a grouse disrespect to the constituency so they are demanding apology from him to the constituents and Justin Frimpong Kodua Esq as well.
They said, Chairman Ofosu Nkrumah in some weeks to the national election, despite the initial agreements, he broke away and openly declared his support for the former General Secretary, Mr John Boadu.
“However in breaking the agreement, our chairman also without force was heard loud and clear pledging support for John Boadu and in doing so he described our current General Secretary, JFK with an unprintable words”, they expressed.
Mr Emmanuel Asante Amoabeng who spoke on behalf of the 14 electoral area coordinators said the 8 slogan will be achievable if unity prevail in the party, coming 2024 general election.
Mr Asante Emmanuel said, they find the behavior and attitude of chairman Ofosu Nkrumah very insulting and unbecoming, because how come a chairman whose candidate is contesting for such high office and was in business trying to pull him down.
“We therefore ask that after the apology he behaves as a true Patriot having gotten his mandate from the good people of Asokwa recently for a second time”, he added.
Call the following coordinators for details:
1. Kwame Wiafe Akenteng : 0244170661
2. Emmanuel Asante Amoabeng: 0243786958
3. Kofi Issiw Andoh : 0244107581
4. Nimako Fofie Andrews: 0244386974
Source: Kwabena Antwi Boasiako (Akokɔ Asɛnsɛ sika Fm)