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Ejisu by-election: ‘I’m not a traitor’ – Aduomi rejects switching allegiance to NDC

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Independent parliamentary candidate in the Ejisu by-election, Kwabena Owusu Aduomi, has rejected claims by the New Patriotic Party (NDC) that he has defected to the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

The former Member of Parliament for the constituency on the ticket of the NPP says he is loved by the NDC faithful in the constituency because of his works that benefited the entire constituents when he was their MP.

Wrapping up his campaign ahead of the Tuesday, April 30, 2024 polls, Mr. Aduomi said nobody has seen him wearing NDC colours and that those allegations of him switching allegiance are not true.

“I am not an NDC member. The NDC people like me because of the work I did that benefited them. Where have they seen me wearing NDC colours? The NDC people want to vote for me because I am going independent and because of the work that I did for the constituency.”

Denying the assertion that he is a traitor, the former MP urged the party leadership to resolve the division in the party and desist from the favouritism that is tearing the members apart.

“I am not a traitor and NPP should rather solve all issues bothering all members of the party and should not favour some people against others.

“That bogus elections that they said they held at the polling stations, if the president has the party and the Ejisu constituency at heart, he will ensure that the issues that the people brought will be solved,” he fumed.




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