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Kumawu NDC sacks Women’s Organizer for declaring support for Alan



Madam Akua Afriyie, a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) at Kumawu has been sacked for her declaration to support an aspiring flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen.

She indicated her admiration for the NPP presidential hopeful even though she is a member of the opposition National Democratic Congress.

According to her, her sack came shortly after the video of her declaration of support for Alan went viral during the Kumawu by-election.

She had said that though she was an NDC member, if the NPP presented Alan as their flagbearer in the 2024 elections, she will gladly vote for him. She stated then that Alan had a vision that could save this country and give the teeming youth hope.

Akua Afriyie says she is now a floating voter, having been served with a dismissal letter.

“I am currently not a member of the NDC or a member of the NPP but l am a strong supporter of Mr. Kyerematen,” she said.

She has cautioned that if the NPP denies  Mr. Kyerematen the opportunity to lead the party, she Akua will simply stay clear of the 2024 elections.

Akua Afriyie is amongst the huge number of voters with the NDC , whose love for Mr. Kyerematen is beyond partisan politics and makes the case of the NPP winning the election 2024 with Alan a reality.

Meanwhile, the constituency delegates Durbar for the Kumawu, Afram Plains and Effiduase Asokore constituencies was massively attended with delegates vowing that it will not happen this time around Alan will not win.

The delegates assured in unison that discerning Ghanaians are now fully awake from their slumber and would not allow themselves to be taken unawares.

They contended that it is Alan’s time to lead the party and nothing should stand his way this time round.

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