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Wontumi Should Cool Down, NPP Party Doesn’t Belong To Him – Kennedy Agyapong [WATCH]



Wontumi Should Cool Down, NPP Party Doesn't Belong To Him - Kennedy Agyapong [WATCH]

Hon. Kennedy Agyapong, Member of Parliament for Assin North has slammed NPP’s Ashanti Regional Chairman, Benard Antwi Boasiako popular called Chairman Wontumi for openly backing John Boadu.

The New Patriotic Party Presidential aspirant made this comments after the NPP Delegates Conference at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, 16th July, 2022.

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The outspoken MP said Chairman Wontumi’s actions were disgraceful, hence should resign.

According to him, he opined that all the NPP party Regional Executives who openly threw in their support behind John Boadu should resign from their positions with immediate effect because they are part of the reason why there is disunity in the party.

Addressing the media after the counting of the ballot papers at the delegates conference, Kennedy Agyapong said;

“Wontumi should cool down, he should cool down because he doesn’t own this political party. Yes because of the way he was behaving and whipping all Chairmen to raise their hands reluctantly. All of them have been embarrassed if it were somewhere all the Chairmen would have resigned.

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I’ve learnt my lesson that the disunity in the party stems from the fact that leaders in the party openly support so this time I said to get unity in the party I’m not going to openly support anybody. If you’re good and the people believe in your work, they will vote for you. So I stayed away,” the Asin North MP added.


Meanwhile, the incumbent General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party, John Boadu has lost his position to the Chief Executive Officer of the Youth Employment Agency (YEA), Justin Frimpong Kodua.

Mr Kodua won with 2,837 votes, with John Boadu trailing behind him with 2,524 votes at the NPP’s National Delegates Conference held at the Accra Sports Stadium.

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