Ghana Politics

Ban Akufo-Addo, Bawumia from speaking at future rallies – NPP’s Solomon Owusu

Solomon Owusu, a member of the NPP’s communication team, has charged that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was to blame for the NPP’s defeat in the June 27 Assin North by-election.

On “Epa Hoa Daben” on Happy 98.9 FM in Accra on June 29, Solomon Owusu stated it was critical to prevent the president from speaking at upcoming party rallies due to two occurrences.

Owusu added that his stance was motivated by the thought that Akufo-Addo has served his purpose as a potential NPP leader and need to take a backseat in decisions involving campaigns.

“President Akufo-Addo should not be let to speak at any NPP gathering, under any circumstances. He has completed his work. He is the same individual who campaigned in Odododiodio and mentioned Nii Lante Vanderpuye rather than Bannerman. That was one of the contributing elements in making NPP lose support in that area, he claimed.

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He declared that Akufo-Addo’s popularity is generally declining and that his goodwill is eroding quickly.

“So, here’s a crucial request for our General Secretary, who claims he’s open to suggestions. He completed every campaign task that was required of him, and as a result of a strengthened plan, he should now not be permitted to speak at any rallies under any circumstances. Goodwill and the President’s popularity in the country are really dying, he claimed.


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