Paul Adom Otchere, the host of the Good Evening Ghana program, is about to start a new focus on the NDC Presidential primaries. This time, he revealed some hidden disputes that are occurring among the National Democratic Congress’ executives. Asiedu Nketsia and Chairman Ampofo are reportedly at odds over the Duffour project, according to reports.
How accurate is this claim? Could Asiedu Nketsiah’ s intention to run for National Chairman be the cause of the simmering and growing conflicts? Anyways, Paul Adom Otchere went ahead to state that the newest work by Dr. Kwabena Duffour will be a daunting task to the Former President, John Dramani Mahama. ” The most formidable challenge to John Mahama’ s leadership of the National Democratic Congress NDC has been launched today.
Formidable due to the fact that this challenge takes the form of a $1 million project to aid NDC party activists at the local level. Why, we wonder, did JM permit the situation to deteriorate to this point? ” In other news, According to the Asogli State Council, journalist Paul Adom- Otchere is an adversary because he was a ” big termite” undermining Ghana’ s roots.
Togbe Afede XIV, the paramount chief of Asogli State, had been accused of insincerity by the journalist for returning a significant ex gratia payment made to him during his time as a member of the Council of State.
Togbe Afede XIV’s decision to return the ex gratia that he was legally entitled to served as ammunition for the president’s critics to accuse him of corruption, Paul believed.
The Asogli State Council has designated Paul Adom Otchere, a controversial journalist, as an enemy, branding him as a ” big termite. ”
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