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Take your institutional rights, I will do politics because Alan has the numbers – Ohene Ntow tells NPP after expulsion

Former General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Ohene Ntow, has asserted that he committed no wrongdoing by publicly endorsing Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen for the 2024 election.

Following his public support for the Independent Presidential candidate, Ntow, along with Buaben Asamoa, Hopeson Adorye, and Boniface Saddique Abubakar, were expelled from the NPP on November 20.

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In an interview with Metro TV, Nana Ohene Ntow expressed acceptance of the party’s decision. He emphasized that individuals make choices based on the character of the candidate being elected, suggesting that such considerations should be straightforward.

“People make a choice, based on first of all the individual’s character who is being elected into office. I’m sure it’s a no-brainer that you should consider. If you tell me that you have expelled me based on the constitutional provision, I will not chide you.

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“I will not argue about it. You have institutional rights to do what you think is right, but this is politics, it’s all about numbers,” Nana Ohene Ntow said.

The NPP leadership formally announced the dismissal of Hopeson Adorye, Yaw Buaben Asamoa, Nana Ohene Ntow, and Boniface Abubakar Saddique on November 20.

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The party cited a blatant breach of the Party’s Constitution, specifically referencing Articles 3(5)(A)(4) and 3(9)(1) as grounds for their removal.

The NPP’s official statement, signed by General Secretary Justin Kodua Frimpong, underscored Article 3(5)(A)(4) of the NPP Constitution, which obliges all members to “abide by and publicly uphold the decisions of the Party.”

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