Afoko Hunted – As Financiers Demand Pay-Back

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buy cheap viagra next day delivery The National Chairman of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Paul Afoko is battling serious pressure from his financiers of his campaign for the NPP Chairmanship, the Republic newspaper has learnt.

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Indeed, the Republic newspaper has picked up hints that the two have fallen out with each other over what Mr. Afoko allegedly regards as Alan Cash’s ingratitude to him for his support for his [Alan Cash’s] two-time presidential bids.

It is unclear if the aspirants alleged to have pumped money into Mr. Afoko’s campaign had seen an opening they could exploit from the disaffection between Alan Cash and Paul Afoko.

But critics contend that it will be extremely difficult for the National Chairman of the NPP to scheme for anybody besides Alan Cash and the party’s two-time flagbearer, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo. The two are seen as the front-runners in the race for the party’s ticket. Akufo Addo having garnered immense popularity within and outside the party because of his twice-defeated bid and Alan Cash’s fame charisma that he had used in previous contests where he was the clear runner-up.

Recent statements made by Afoko indicates that he is more focused on building a united party capable of giving the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) a good run in the 2016 presidential elections than be caught in the bitter wrangling y supporters of individual aspirants.

He was recently quoted as saying, “No matter how popular or strong a candidate is, he cannot win political power with a divided house,” referring to the brutal personality clashes run up to the NPP’s presidential congress this year.