E/R NPP mad over brouhaha in the party


Some loyalist of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Eastern Region are disgusted and mad over the current brouhaha and media war among leading members and the rank and file of the party ahead of the National Executive election.

According to the grassroots members of the party the utterances and comments of some of the leading members in recent time has hurt the party at the grassroots and has caused disaffection among members.

They claim their efforts in re-mobilize the grass root members and intensify their membership base have hit a snag due to the divisive comments and media war by leading members.

They have therefore declare their intension to stage a massive demonstration against leading members and other groupings In the party who are trading insult and tearing the party apart.

This came to light when a section of the regional executives went round some of the constituency to interact with party members in the region.

The Eastern Regional Organiser of the NPP, Kwame Appiah Kodu, briefed Adom news on the displeasure of the grassroot members and their intention to demonstrate against such loud mouth leading members and other groupings causing discord in the party.

“We are the organizers of the party, we go to the grounds to work , I am telling you that, our people are disturbed, they are worried and seem to be losing hope in 2016, most of them want to go to the street and demonstrate.’ Kwame Appiah Kodua said.

He added that, even founding fathers and patrons of the party are worried about the situation.

Kwame Appiah Kodua however advised leading members and all interest groups in the party to desist from the media war and concentrate on how to wrestle power from the NDC and solve the economic hardships in the country.

It would be recalled that recently, leading members of the NPP and other interest groups and supporters of some aspirants in the upcoming national executive elections of the party have been raising wide allegation and counter allegation among themselves.

In some instances the feuding party members traded insults against each other.

Some have even raised questions about the composition of the vetting committee and link it to tribal or ethnic in balance.

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