Former NDC PC Working Against The Party

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A former National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary candidate for the Okaikoi South Constituency in the 2012 and 2016 general elections of the Greater Accra region, Alexandra Akuaku is alleged to have been backing candidates that the governing New Patriotic Party, NPP could easily beat in the 2020 elections.

Painstaking investigation carried out by WestAfrica24.com uncovered series of meetings organized by Mr. Akuaku with some NDC delegates to go for one David Frimpong, who was alleged to have received 60,000 Ghana Cedis from Ahmed Arthur, the NPP Member of Parliament for the area to finance his filling fee.

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It is gathered that Mr. Akuaku’s tenure as PC for the NDC in Okaikoi South was used to negotiate with the NPP for exchange of cash.

Currently, most of the constituents have now come to the known that the Constituency executives of the NDC in Okaikoi South put up candidate that is ready to do their bidding by raking money from the camp of NPP in exchange of the seat.

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His stance against the already planned agenda of the Constituency executives did not go down well with them hence throwing their weight behind David Frimpong popularly known as Cee Wayo.

Mr. Akuaku was called in to try talk to delegates to vote for David Frimpong to also cover up his dirty deals during his tenure with Ahmed Arthur.

Though Alexandra Akuaku is contesting for Bortianor Ngleshie Amanfrom Constituency Parliamentary primaries, his energies are rather being channelled to help deny the party victory.

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The actions of Mr. Alexandra Akuaku is destroying the party’s chances in the Okaikoi South Constituency.

The Greater Accra Regional office of the party must stamp their authority by calling Akuaku to order to prevent any election calamity that could stir the party in the face in the next general elections.

By: Mamattah

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