Probe Unfair Suspension Of Two Alan Boys In Northern Region - NPP Group To NEC

Probe Unfair Suspension Of Two Alan Boys In Northern Region - NPP Group To NEC



A group, calling itself NPP YOUTH FOR VICTORY 2024,  is urging the National Executive Council (NEC) of the party to investigate the suspension of two members of Northern Regional Communication Team. The action was taken against the two, Alhaji Ibrahim Kaleem and Dawda Jentuma, for advancing campaign of Minister of


Trade, Alan Kyerematen, who is a flagbearer hopeful, on Radio Tamale; a community-based radio station, in disregard of the party’s directive. The comments of the communicators according to the party also have the tendency to disrupt President Akufo Addo’s governance and the peace within the party, hence the suspension



which took effect the last Thursday, January 6, 2022. Addressing the press in Accra on the Monday, the NPP group described the action as unhealthy. The Regional Chairman himself has supported the bid of the Vice President in audio, yet, he is sacking communicators from the party for attending events to talk about Alan



Kyerematen. So just because of a studio audience, you have sacked somebody? Because they are behind such shameful dismissals, our national secretariat has been loudly quiet about the issues. We will leave this to the able hands of the National Executives to ensure that such issues are quickly resolved in order not to bring



sharp division to the party, the National President of the group, Jerry John Campbell also said. Our group has also observed that there seems to be a grand scheme targeted at individuals who are also perceived to be supporters of the Hon. Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kyerematen, to become the flag-bearer of the party



and eventually the president of Ghana. It is also rather worrying and an affront to our collective objective for known campaigners of Dr. Bawumia to threaten and in some cases sack persons perceived to be loyal to Mr. Kyerematen. Just last week Alhaji Ibrahim Kaleem, a member of the Northern Regional Communication team



of the party, and Mr. Dawda Jentumah, Choggu West Electoral Area Coordinator in the Tamale Central Constituency were issued with suspension letters for discussing and advancing Kyerematen’s contribution to the party since 1992. This selective “canker” must not be encouraged. He also concluded by saying Another



electoral victory for the NPP is an automatic key to ensure the continuity in the development of Ghana our motherland, and we will not mince words but will speak directly to the powers that be, and boldly confront you to sit up, you stand to gain more if we win power and yet your attitude is less of bravado and more of puppets



mediocrity. This must stop before we start a campaign to ensure that no national officer is retained. You are therefore kindly advised to play by the very book you have written. For us, victory is all we need, and we will go to all ends to make sure it does not elude us.




In statement signed by Director of Communications for the Northern Region, Mohammed Sheriff Ibrahim, and directed to Ibrahim Kaleem, it also said Mr. Kaleem’s participation in the radio program is in clear violation of the directive issued by the Northern Regional Chairman of the NPP for party people to cease, among others all



media engagements purporting to campaign for flagbearer hopefuls. In addition, regional communication team says that jingles played, words used, among others on the said program bring the name of the party and government functionaries into disrepute.