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TEMA WEST NPP PETITION NATIONAL EXECUTIVE AGAINST IMPROPER VETTING PROCESS



Members of the Tema West NPP have issued a petition to the national executives against improper vetting process conducted on 27 of March 2011.

The statement of petition is accusing the Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the NPP, Ishmael Ashitey of misconduct during the vetting to the extent that he even answered question meant for a one of the aspirants.

According to a statement signed by the First Vice Chairman of Tema West Francis Boadu, Ishmael Ashietey answered questions meant to Dr. Elvis Ebenezer Donkor in the expense of the other contestants.

The petition added that Ishmael Ashietey supported the aspirant by interrupting the panel and argues with them on some questions they asked.

Francis Boadu explains that the greater Accra regional Chairman, Ishmael Ashietey did the same thing when Titus Glover was answering his questions.

He recalls that Ishmael Ashietey warned them not to disqualify any of the aspirants.

Close information reaching the Tema West of the NPP indicates that Dr. Elvis Ebenezer Donkor is not an active member of the constituency.

But when Adom news called the First Vice Chairman, Francis Boadu he decline to comment on the story.

Meanwhile, one of the pollen Station officers, Nicholas Darkwah has dissociated himself with the petition.

He accused the first Vice Chairman, Francis Boadu of trying to bring division among members of the Party in the area. He explains that Francis Boadu never consulted them before he issued the petition.


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April 2, 2011 - Posted by | SETTING THE NEWS AGENDA

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