- Former President Kufuor says he was opposed to the suspension of Gregory Afoko and Kwabena Agyapong
- He says for them to be suspended for two years is too long
- He said he would not be opposed to a move to reinstate the two NPP officials
Former President John Agyekum Kufour has stated that he would not be opposed to the reinstatement of two of the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) suspended officers, Mr. Paul Afoko and Mr. Kwabena Agyapong.
According to Former President Kufour, at the onset he was opposed to the NPP's suspension of two of it's national executives. Former president Kufour said that at the time he had hoped that the then main opposition party would resolve their differences with the two leading party executives instead of opting to suspend them.
Speaking in an interview with celebrity broadcaster and CEO of EIB Network, Bola Ray, former president Kufour also expressed that he would not be opposed to a move to reinstate the two NPP officials.
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“I wasn’t for the suspension of Kwabena Agyepong and Afoko in the first place, I was not for it. I was hoping what happened could have been resolved but things got out of hands and it’s my prayer that things are resolved,” said the former president.
Ghana's former head of state went on to say that believes two years is a long time to suspend the officials, and that the party's constitutions does not provide for that. Former presidet Kufour said he hoped that "good sense" would prevail.
“Of course, I think being on suspension for over two years is too long. I think our constitution doesn’t provide for that, it didn’t envisage the General Secretary of the party to be absent from his job for two years, it’s not there but I hope that good sense will prevail, I mean I’m happy with myself, I thank God for the heart that I have, I’m very content,” he said.
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