Delegates invoke curses on NPP executives over the disqualification of MP aspirant

Delegates invoke curses on NPP executives over the disqualification of MP aspirant

- Some delegates of the NPP in the Juaben Constituency of the Ashanti Region have invoked curses on the national executives

- This comes after the party disqualified their preferred candidate from contesting in the parliamentary primaries

- Unhappy with the disqualification, the delegates, clad in red armbands, went to the river with schnapps and a sheep to invoke a curse

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Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that some delegates of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Juaben Constituency of the Ashanti Region have invoked curses on the national executives.

Their actions come after the party disqualified their preferred candidate from contesting in the parliamentary primaries.

Unhappy with the circumstances of the disqualification, the delegates wore red armbands and marched to a river called "Asuo Abena" with schnapps and a sheep to invoke curses on anyone who was involved in disqualifying their candidate.

Delegates invoke deadly curses on NPP executives over disqualification of MP aspirant

Delegates invoking deadly curses on NPP executives Source: UGC
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The aggrieved delegates who spoke to Kumasi FM, said the National Executive Council (NEC), disqualified other aspirants to pave the way for the incumbent MP, Ama Pomah, to go unopposed.

The delegates stated that their candidate together with other aspirants was disqualified without any tangible reason.

The over 200 delegates, did not understand why their candidate, Francis Owusu Achiaw was disqualified since he successfully got vetted in Kumasi.

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In other news, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will hold its parliamentary primaries on June 20, 2020.

The General Secretary of the NPP, John Boadu, said the primaries would be held in the 168 constituencies where it has its sitting Members of Parliament.

Also, in constituencies where the party has no sitting members, parliamentary candidates have been selected to represent the party in Parliament.

READ ALSO: 2020 Elections: NPP to hold parliamentary primaries on June 20

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