Story By Enock Akonnor, email@example.com
Musah Superior is peeved against John Boadu; NPP’s General Secretary vis-à-vis his prolonged delay in issuing a directive to forestall peace following chaotic scenes recorded in some constituencies ahead of the party’s internal elections.
Sporadic political disorder characterizing the NPP at the moment has been described by Musah Superior “as a catastrophic failure on the party of the General Secretary John Boadu of our party”.
The former Mayor for Tamale cum aspiring GS for NPP lamented; “I am deeply troubled by scenes of chaos in a number of constituencies in the process leading to the polling station elections”.
He said in an interview with www.leakynews.net that it will be of much prudence if John Boadu issues a public directive to address the situation.
“I call on the GS to issue a clear, stern and public directive calling on all persons keeping the nomination forms to make them available to prospective polling station executives. We cannot afford to get the poling station elections wrong”.