Angry NDC Chase Nana Oye

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Ade Coker Chickens Out
However, Antony Nukpenu, acting Greater Accra Regional Organizer of the party, confirming the incident on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem programme on Friday, said ‘this is not the first time such an incident has happened.

‘It has happened in other constituencies, but I think this was so extreme and there is so much agitation,’ he said, insisting that ‘what happened at Ledzokuku was so unfortunate, it should not have happened, that is why we are appealing that the Minister in-charge should collaborate.’

He was emphatic Nana Oye must be talked to by the President because the NDC party did not appoint her as minister.

Mr. Nukpenu accused Ade Coker of abandoning a press conference he (Mr. Coker) had initially accepted to be part of.

He underscored that ‘the Regional Chairman was aware of the press conference; it is so unfortunate the stance he has taken all over, if he continues that way, he is shooting himself in the foot.’

Mr. Nukpenu said Mr. Coker must take bold and sincere decisions, stressing that he could not countenance what was going on.

‘I am just calling on him to be principled and pull the breaks on the things that will affect the rank and file of the party and not to jump into any position to shield (anybody), he charged.’

Ade Coker Explains       
Mr. Coker explained that he withdrew from the supposed press conference because of information he gathered, prompting him to inform the organizers to call off the press conference.

‘Information had gone out to stop the press conference, period! If you also respect authority, you will not go ahead and do it,’ he noted.

Mr. Coker stated that Nana Oye would on Tuesday attend a regional meeting to ‘tell us what the situation on the ground is’

‘You cannot make a statement to malign the woman when you have not listened to her side of the story; that is not principleNobody is afraid to say the things that need to be said,’ the NDC Greater Accra Regional Chairman asserted.

Roaming Charges
Meanwhile, as at 12:21pm on Friday when Nana Oye was contacted for comments, she declined, indicating that she was in London and could not speak to the issues because of expensive roaming charges.

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By Jeffrey De-Graft Johnson
 

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