Pollster and elections expert, Ben Ephson has expressed doubt over the possibility of the main opposition New Patriotic Party winning the general elections come November 2016 stating the current wranglings befallen the party never grants any glimmer of hope for its victory.
The in-house rows gained momentum following the sharp factionalism over the indefinite suspension of party chair, Paul Afoko by the National Executive Council. The decision by the NEC committee is feared to have set the rank and file of the party on rampage as supporters torn between the lines of Paul Afoko and Freddie Blay (Acting Chairman) clashed at the party's headquarters - smashing the window screens of vehicles and virtually making road accessibility almost impossible.
Speaking on Kasapa 102.3 FM, on the development so far in the NPP, Pollster Ben Ephson stated the in-house row never assured the party a massive victory come the general elections.
Meanwhile, all means to restore peace in the rank and file of the party seems far achieved as yet another row hit the headquarters following the attack on general secretary Kwabena Agyepong who got the rare view of his vehicle pelted with stones by some irate party supporters.
Outspoken member of the opposition New Patriotic Party, popularly known as Hajia Fati,was granted bail by the police following her arrest on Wednesday, following her alleged involvement in the attack on the vehicle belonging to Kwabena Agyepong, the party’s General Secretary.