Charles Owusu has advised and cautioned the members of the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP for campaigning for the position of the flagbearership position in the party when it has not yet opened any nomination for internal campaign and contest.
Meanwhile, the heads and leaders of the New Patriotic Party NPP party have warned their members and party supporters to desist from engaging in an internal contest.
However, the party through a released statement ahead of the party Annual Delegates Conference on the 18th of December 2021 at Kumasi in the Ashanti Region also warned members and supporters not to mount billboards or campaign for any person.
The letter also urges members who have already mounted the Billboard to as a matter of fact terminate it or unmount it with immediate effect before the conference at Kumasi.
“Any person, with or without his or her consent, whose image is flaunted on any advocacy material and who does not take active steps to desist from any public display of aspiration for a position within the precincts of Greater Kumasi runs a higher risk of disqualification in the event nominations are declared open,“, part of the statement indicated.
It could be meticulously observed that some billboards of some of the aspirants in the incumbent New Patriotic Party NPP have been erected in Kumasi at the Ashanti Region of Ghana in support of some preferred candidates by some supporters of the party which is incomplete repulsion to the orders of the party.
On that note, Charles Owusu joined a panel discussion on Peace FM ‘Kokrokoo’ morning show could not comprehend the reason why some aspirants of the party are in hurry to unseat the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo who is currently the leader of the party.
Charles Owusu, therefore, admonished the political aspirants and supporters to halt their activities and quest for the position and patiently wait for the appropriate moments that the party will officially warrant them to commence with their campaign.
According to him, their activities and the unofficial campaign will rob the party of its mission and goal ahead and will therefore spell doom for the NPP.
“Advise yourselves . . . what you are doing will bring issues. Get off your high horse. When we advise you, listen“, he said.