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NPP News | Feb 17, 2005

Bosomtwe NPP suspends eight members

GNA

Kuntanase (Ash), Feb 17, GNA - The Bosomtwe constituency of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has suspended eight of its members. They are Kingsley Addai Poku, constituency treasurer, Nana Boakye Yiadom, New Kokobriko polling station chairman, Robert Owusu from Pramso, Agyenim Boateng from Swedru, and Kwaku Abrokwa from Kuntanase. The rest are Peter Anokye from Kuntanase, Michael Asumadu, Piase polling station chairman and R.O. Kankam from Oyoko.

A statement signed by Mr Atta Kwasi, constituency chairman copied to the Regional Chairman, the District Chief Executive, Council of Elders of the Bosomtwe constituency of the NPP and the MP for the area, said the decision to suspend them was taken on January 25, 2005 at a meeting of 430 executives from 86 polling stations.

The statement said the eight levelled unfounded allegations against Mr Daniel Asuo Afram, the constituency secretary and Mr Atta Kwasi with the view of tarnishing their image.

It said members present at the meeting resolved to suspend the eight in accordance with the constitution of the party, adding that, the suspended members had been served with letters.

The statement cautioned party members against the habit of defaming people since they would be dealt with when caught. 17 Feb 05

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