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Confusion rocks Alan’s Movement over Siddique Boniface’s Madina MP bid posters –

Ghanaians on Sunday, December 10, 2023, woke up to posters of former Minister for Inner Cities and Zongo Development, Abu-Bakar Siddique Boniface suggesting he was seeking to contest the Madina Constituency seat on the ticket of Alan Kyerematen’s Movement for Change.

A staunch of the movement Hopeson Adorye first shared the poster on his Facebook page and within minutes it had gone viral.

Though Abu-Bakar Siddique Boniface has not officially responded to the viral flier making the rounds on social media platforms, his assignees claim it is fake and could be a figment of someone’s imagination.

As of Monday, December 11, 2023, a FAKE badge was slapped on the poster indicating it is untrue though it still remained on the page of Mr. Hopeson Adorye who is one of the Director of Operations for the Movement of Change.

A school of thought suggests that the Madina MP who lost the seat in 2020 may only be flying the kite to see the response and gauge if the grounds are fertile for his emergence as an Independent Candidate.

NPP ‘Sacks’ 4 ‘Butterflies

It would be recalled that the NPP three weeks ago sacked some key members currently supporting Alan Kyerematen for President.

Mr. Alan Kyerematen resigned from the party to form a new movement with a butterfly symbol that will contest the 2024 election as an independent.

In a release by the General Secretary of the Party, Justin Frimpong Kodua, it has taken note of Hopeson Adorye, Yaw Buaben Asamoa, Nana Ohene Ntow and Boniface Abubakar Saddique who clearly support Alan Kyeremateng for President.

This is even though the NPP has an elected flagbearer in the person of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

Quoting relevant constitutional provisions, the General Secretary said Hopeson Adorye, Nana Ohene Ntow, Boniface Abubakar Saddique and Yaw Buaben Asamoa have “AUTOMATICALLY FORFEITED” their membership of the Party and are, therefore, “no longer members of the Party.”

Hopeson Adorye a month ago said although he supports Alan Kyerematen for President, he is still a member of the party.

Mynewsgh.com

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