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NPP's Kwasi Obeng-Fosu condemn’s violence inflicted on his followers

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate Aspirant for Adentan Constituency, Kwasi Obeng-Fosu, has condemned in no uncertain terms the dastardly act of violence inflicted on Nana Mawerehene and a few of his followers by some imported thugs without any provocation.

Mr. Kwasi Obeng-Fosu in a press release issued stated, “It was heart wrenching seeing Adentan NPP, which used to be an icon in the Greater Accra Region become a laughing stock just because of a supposed internal democratic process meant to elect a Parliamentary Candidate for the party”.

Violent thuggery he indicated, is a culture that has always been alien to the NPP in the Adentan Constituency until recently, saying, there have been more acrimonious internal rivalry in the constituency in the past but, not a single soul got physically abused,however contentious the elections were.

“It is true, I wished to lead the NPP in Adentan as Parliamentary Candidate but little did I expect anyone to get injured in the process, most especially Nana Mawerehene and all the victims of the unprovoked attacks”.

He averred that as a politician, he knew there are only two outcomes in elections – win or lose and therefore, though defeat was unexpected, he accept the decision of the party in good faith.

“In that vein, I wish to congratulate the elected Parliamentary Candidate on her election” .

Mr. Obeng-Fosu however, expressed appreciations to his supporters for their unadulterated love and unflinching support offered to him even at the expense of their comfort.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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