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Hon. Bonzoh had no intention to rundown NPP Chairman Elect’s political fortune- Secretary, Jomoro NPP

Constituency Secretary for the New Patriotic Party in Jomoro, John Nwolley has urged constituents and the general public to disregard media reportage that suggest the District Chief Executive for the area, Kwasi Bonzoh machinered strategies to thwart the political fortunes of the Western Region New Patriotic Party’s Chairman Elect, Francis Ndede Siah, prior to the Regional Delegates Conference held last Saturday at the George Grant University of Mines and Technology, Tarkwa.

In a press release issued today by the Secretary, several backlash instigated by persons, whom with some ill-intent to cause dissatisfaction between the two have flooded various social media platforms.

The statement adds that, these allegations are blatant lies only fashioned to mar the hard won reputation of Mr. Kwasi Bonzoh.

“All the information circulating on social media indicating that hon. Bozoh campaigned against team Ndede Sia, with a hidden intent to create disaffection between hon. Bozoh, Regional Executive elects  and our constituency just to dent hon. Bozoh’s hard earned reputation as have been done on him in the constituency over the years are palpably false and should be disregarded”, he explained.

 

Below is the statement

Press release

I have patiently followed all the posts on most platforms since the regional delegates elections in Takwa, and am shocked about the way some people partially attack hon. Kwasi Bonzoh.

I want to set the records straight that after our constituency elections in Axim, team isee could not have a single opportunity to meet hon. Kwasi Bonzoh because of his busy schedule.

All the information circulating on social media indicating that hon. Bozoh campaigned against team Ndede Sia, with a hidden intent to create disaffection between hon. Bozoh, Regional Executive elects  and our constituency just to dent hon. Bozoh’s hard earned reputation as have been done on him in the constituency over the years are palpably false and should be disregarded.

However, inside the conference room, a misunderstanding ensued among us (nine constituency executives from Ellembelle ) with regards to transportation fairs from one of the camps which am not ready to explain because of the fragile nature of our constituency. This did not prevent us from voting for our Nzema candidates.

Signed
John Nwolley
Constituency Sec.
Ellembelle

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