Fomena: Angry NPP Members Threaten To Defect To NDC; Brand Party Office In NDC Colours
Some angry supporters of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Fomena constituency have painted the party’s office with the colours of National Democratic Congress (NDC). The incident happened on Monday, March 7, 2022, as the aggrieved supporters protested against the party’s decision not to hold polling station
executive elections in the constituency. In addition to painting the party’s office in Fomena with the colours of the NDC [red, white, green, and black], irate supporters also posted flyers of former President John Mahama at the office. They say they are also unhappy because the leadership of the NPP has deliberately exempted the
constituency in the polling station executive election. The youth in Fomena Constituency have been unhappy with the party since February after also accusing the leadership of the party of attempts to impose the 2nd Deputy Speaker, Andrews Asiamah on them. Insisting that they will not allow any such move by the party, they
have now expressed their displeasure by the painting of the party office with colours of the NDC. We will resist any attempt by the NPP party executives to impose the independent candidate together with his supporters on faithful NPP supporters within constituency, aspiring youth organiser for the Fomena Constituency, Micheal Ankapong told the media during an engagement on the February 23, 2022.