Lawyer Nana Obirie Boahen, the Deputy General Secretary of the governing New Patriotic Party NPP has refuted claims that the executives of the NPP party are throwing behind a particular Presidential candidate hopeful in the party.
However, the Deputy General Secretary further explained that no party executives or members in the party recognised particular Presidential candidates until the party opens the nomination for its presidential candidates primary in the country.
Lawyer Nana Obirie Boahen, the Deputy General Secretary of the governing New Patriotic Party NPP made this statement following his boss statement of denial of discrimination against a presidential candidate hopeful of the party, Alan Kyeremanteng ahead of the party flag bearer ship race in the country.
Furthermore, on the 17th of January 2022, a statement emanating from the office of the New Patriotic Party NPP General Secretary was signed by his press secretary Iddi Muhayu-Deen in reaction to the supporters of Mr Alan Kyeremanteng who claims that they have been discriminated against and victimised.
According to the statement, the party does not exhibit any form of discrimination or victimisation in the party hence they hold or see no one in the position of Presidential candidates until its open nomination for the primaries to decide who qualify for the position.
“In any case, until the party opens the nomination for presidential primaries, there cannot be any aspiring presidential candidate duly recognized by the party The group can only be said to be on a mischievous and destructive mission, and it will be in the interest of Mr Alan Kyeremanteng to dissociate himself from such a diabolic agenda against the NPP”, the statement indicated.
On that note, the Deputy General Secretary of NPP, Obiri Boahen speaking in an interview on Atinka FM Am Drive indicated that he does comprehend the drama emanating from the point of perspective and he has no problem with that but every member in the party can vouch for their person to lead the party after its presidential primaries.