- Chairman Wontumi has said he loves the NPP more than his wife
- The NPP Chairman noted that he has served the party diligently and will continue to sacrifice more for the party
- He has also pleaded with all the winners of NPP's just-ended primaries to unify the party at the grassroots to ensure victory in the December polls
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The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the ruling NPP, Bernard Antwi Boasiako, has stated that he will choose his political party over his wife any day.
According to the die-hard NPP member, his blood is NPP and nothing can change that.
Speaking on Wontumi TV and radio, Chairman Wontumi, as he is popularly called, noted that he loves the NPP more than his wife.
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“I love NPP, I the love NPP even more than my wife,” Chairman Wontumi noted.
He was speaking on the aftermath of the NPP Parliamentary Primaries which took place on Saturday, June 20, 2020 across some 1600 constituencies in the country.
Mr. Boasiako also urged all the winners of the primaries to unite with the losing aspirants to win the various seats for the NPP in the upcoming elections in December.
He also urged all the parliamentary candidates elected to now shift focus to the upcoming voters’ registration exercise.
He also pleaded with all party supporters and members to get involved.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the General Secretary of the governing New Patriotic Party, NPP, John Boadu, has issued a stern warning to Eric Amankwa Blay, an aspirant in the just-ended NPP primaries at Assin North constituency to return the bicycles he seized from delegates after losing the election or be dismissed from the party.
Eric Amankwa Blay gifted 250 bicycles to delegates prior to the election in the constituency ostensibly to influence the delegates to vote for him.
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