Bribery scandal; “they took GHs 10,000 from opponent to blackmail Sports minister Isaac Kwame Asiamah”- NPP Organiser alleges



Hon Oboobi  Bismark, NPP constituency  organizer for Atwima Mponua Constituency has exposed to the effect that individuals who  held a press conference recently and challenged the candidature of the incumbent Member of Parliament Hon Isaac Kwame Asiamah are not members of the New Patriotic Party.

He told leakynews.net  that his underground checks indicate that they are all party supports of NDC, alleging further that they were bribed with an amount of GH10,000 by the disqualified aspirant Mr. Ofori Atta to hold what he described as a diabolic press conference.

According to him, Mr. Ofori Atta after flopping massively during vetting, hence his disqualification has settled on every foul means to discredit the fortunes of the incumbent MP by contracting members of the opposition party NDC. “His agenda will not wash” ,he noted.

He told leakynews.net in an interview that no NPP member will even think of contesting or challenging the delivery of the incumbent due to the litany of positive impact enjoyed by residents and communities within his (MP)  area of jurisdiction.


“Hon Asimah has done and is delivering marvelously in terms of life touching developmental projects. Our major problem was road network but currently contractors are on site and are fixing all bad roads within the constituency”.

According to him members of NPP within the constituency are highly elated after Hon Isaac Asiamah who doubles as the Minister for Youth and Sports was cleared by NEC to contest on the ticket of the party.

“It was a true prove of the commitment, instrumentality and enviable track record of our MP in the areas of road, education, health, rural electrification and a host of others”, he underlined.

“We are much focused than before and we are determined to amass votes for NPP in this year’s parliamentary and presidential elections”.


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