PAUL AFOKO NOT IN RECONCILIATION TALKS
For some 48 hours now, the office of the elected National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has surprisingly been inundated with calls from persons of all walks of life seeking to know whether there is some truth in what they had been reading on social media.
an online news portal had published a story it claimed it had from unnamed sources within the NPP to the effect that some discussions have been ongoing in the party about a so-called re-instatement of Mr. Paul A. Afoko and other persons who have been hounded out of their offices in a coup d’etat fashion at the national level.www.GhanaPoliticsOnline.com
One would have thought that the site after picking hints of a so-called re-instatement story, would have contacted the office of the national chairman for his side of the story.
Well, Mr. Afoko is grateful to all those who have sought to find out the truth or otherwise of the story published by Kasapafmonline.com, and wishes to state that he is not in any reconciliation talks with any person or group of persons either within the party or outside of it in respect of a so-called re-instatement.
The National Chairman is assuring the general public especially party members that he is in the court of law to challenge what he considers to be an illegality perpetrated on the party by some selected few who erroneously think that their wishes should be the law in the NPP.
Please, do not be swayed by stories whose value cannot go beyond negative propaganda purposes.
Nana Yaw Osei,
Spokesperson, National Chairman, NPP.