Henry Nana Boakye, the National Organizer of the New Patriotic Party, says the party hasn’t given order for the posters and paraphernalia of Alan Kyerematen to be removed from its offices.
According to him, no such directive has come from the National Executives, so pleaded with the members and supporters to exercise restraint.
The party’s Ashanti Regional Chairman, Bernard Antwi Boasiako a.k.a ‘Chairman Wontumi’, in a memo following the resignation of Alan Kyerematen from the NPP, ordered the removal of all banners, flyers and paraphernalia belonging to John Alan Kyerematen from his Region.
“Once he has forfeited his membership, it is just right and fair that these items are removed from our offices.”
“In view of Hon. Alan Kyerematen’s resignation from the party, all his posters, banners, flyers and paraphernalia at our party offices in all the constituencies must be removed with immediate effect,” Chairman Wontumi said.
Reacting to order during an interview on UTV, Alan Kyerematen warned Chairman Wontumi to stop misbehaving towards him.
“I brought him into the NPP. He should be very careful in his utterances against me…When someone does you good, you don’t repay him with evil,” Alan said paraphrastically.
Commenting on the order to remove anything belonging to or bears Alan Kyerematen’s name, Nana Boakye stated emphatically on Peace FM’s “Kokrokoo” morning show that “we haven’t given such directive. This is a national issue and the directives will emanate from the national…At the national office, we have not done that”.
He asked the members and supporters to desist from such action. Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana