Hatchet Job In NPP …Against Incumbent National Executives

General Secretary of NPP, Mr. John Boadu

The turf within the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is overly becoming murky as far as the race for the next national executives of the party is concerned.

There is at present a well-orchestrated hatched job against the incumbent national executives who are seeking re-election.

The game plan, which is at the behest of certain persons who have also declared their intentions to contest for various positions, is to make the incumbent executives unpopular with claims of them not working hard.

Those who have been heavily targeted are the General Secretary, Mr. John Boadu, who is seeking re-election; National Women Organizer, Madam Kate Gyamfua; National Treasurer, Mr. Abankwa Yeboah, who is seeking to become the National Chairman of the party, and the National Youth Organizer, Henry Nana Boakye, who wants to become the next National Organizer of the NPP.

The popular cliché of those pursuing the agenda is that the incumbent national executives must be voted out because they are not working well for the NPP.

Surprisingly, those who have been targeted for the grubby agenda were very deep in ensuring the NPP’s victory in 2016 and the retention of power during the 2020 elections.

Mr. Boadu, for instance, secured victory for the NPP in 2016 in his capacity as the Acting General Secretary of the party.

Among those who have thrown shades against the current National Executive is a former National Coordinator of the Nasara Club of the NPP, Abubakar Suleman, popularly called ‘Lakulaku.’

According to him, the incumbent national executives of the NPP have not shown maturity in handling grievances, and also they imposed members during the grassroots elections.

It is suspected within the corridors of the NPP that ‘Lakulaku’ was doing a grimy agenda for one of the people who are interested in unseating the current general secretary.

Another person who has been thick in bastardizing the current national executives is a General Secretary hopeful, Musa Superior.

He has been at the forefront in calling the executives names and alleging that they have failed the party grassroots and they must therefore be shown the exit.

What is intriguing is the fact that none of the national executives has bothered to respond to the shades dropped against them, but they are rather focused on working harder for the party.

There are indications that attacks by assigns of those who are interested in unseating the incumbents seeking re-election will get fiercer in the coming days, as the date for the election of the next national executives gets closer.

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