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Former member of the NPP, Solomon Owusu

A member of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has resigned “to concentrate on his family and mining profession.”

In a letter to the General Secretary of the party, Solomon Owusu said the decision was taken after a meeting with his family where concerns were raised about his affiliation to the NPP.

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Mr. Owusu has served in various leadership positions of the NPP including its youth wing, TESCON and in the diaspora.

The now-former member of the NPP said it would be conflicting to remain in the party since he has decided to criticize the government on matters that negatively affect Ghanaians.

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Who is Solomon Owusu?

Mr. Owusu is a Mining Engineer Based in the US.

Recently, he was seen in a viral video engaged in a heated argument with a police officer and a member of Ghana’s delegation accompanying President Akufo-Addo after he was denied access to a diaspora town hall meeting.