Nana Addo would’ve supported Freddie Blay if he had contested- Analyst

Political analyst, Michael Ebo Amoah has asserted that President Akufo-Addo would have supported Freddie Blay if he had contested the race.

Speaking on Rainbow Radio, he indicated that President Akufo-Addo favours Freddie Blay from Stephen Ayesu Ntim.

He noted that the President had supported and favored the current executives because he believed they helped him win the election.

He told Kwabena Agyapong that the President at a meeting asked the party why they would want to change a winning team.

Freddie Blay is stepping down as the national chairman after ge refused to seek re-election.

Some supporters have slammed Freddie Blay after he declared that he was no longer interested in the seat again.

They believe that Freddie Blay is running away from the position because he has failed to live up to expectations.

“I’m not contesting the chairmanship position because I did not perform … There should be new names, faces and ideas to help the party break the eight.”

In all, 46 candidates are contesting for ten national executive positions of the NPP.

The executive positions in the party include the National Chairperson, National Vice Chairperson, General Secretary, National Organiser, Women’s Organiser, Youth Organiser, and National Nasara Coordinator.

The candidates for the chairperson’s position include Christopher Ameya Akumfi, Stephen Ayesu Ntim, Stephen Asamoah Boateng (a.k.a Asabee), Sammy Crabbe, Akwasi Osei Adjei, George Kwabena Abankwah-Yeboah and Gifty Ama Asantewa Ayeh.

Some 6,000 delegates will be voting in the election, including selected party members from all the 16 regions in Ghana plus some members from the diaspora branches of the NPP.

Stephen Ayesu Ntim, has been tipped to win the race.

The candidate recently assured delegates of the party that all internal disputes arising out of the various elections held would be resolved if elected.

“I will make sure all internal disputes in some constituencies are resolved in the first hundred days in office as National Chairman,” he said.


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