Top NPP member talks about how tribalism is killing the party

Top NPP member talks about how tribalism is killing the party

- Nana Akomea of the NPP has decried the level of tribalism in the party

- The top NPP member revealed that the position of vice chairman has been strictly opened to Akans

- Nana Addo's administration is also criticised for its tribalism

A top member of the New Patriotic Party former communications director for the party has revealed how some positions in the party are only opened for Akans.

This was made known when Nana Akomea refused to pick nomination forms to contest for the Vice Chairmanship position in the party.

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"Every effort must be made to ensure that some of these positions have elected members from outside the Akan subgroup,” he stated on his Facebook page.

Nana Akomea further revealed that the three top positions under the vice chairmanship post must be opened to all persons devoid of their tribe.

“It is my great hope that the three Vice Chairmanship positions will afford the election of other members from outside the Akan subgroup," he added.

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So far, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has been blamed for hand picking Akans for key positions. Even in the Akufo-Addo administration, most, if not all of the government appointees are Akans or trace their tribes to the other 9 Ashanti states.

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