NPP to Suspend Kennedy Agyapong Over Actions Deemed Harmful to the Interest of the Party
In preparation towards the 2016 general elections, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has begun a massive house-cleaning exercise dubbed ‘Suspension Galore.’
This exercise, among other things, is to ensure that all members of the party who go against the party’s constitution are weeded out indefinitely.
Latest casualties of this suspension exercise include Paul Afoko (National Chairman), Kwabena Agyapong (General Secretary), Sammy Crabbe (Second National Vice Chairman). Akwasi Nti Asamoah (Fomena Chairman), Okai Kwanim (Ejisu Chairman), Isaac Brenya (Asawasi Chairman), and Joseph Agyapong Dapaah (Ahafo Ano South East Chairman), Godfred Kudalor (NPP Organiser for Akatsi North constituency), Pope Yao Yevoo (NPP Secretary for Ketu North constituency), etc.
Even before the suspension of the aforementioned individuals, The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the party had already suspended people like Dr Charles Wereko-Brobbey for gross misconduct that put the party in disrepute.
Information reaching ScrewLife.Com points out that NPP Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central in the Central Region, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, will soon be the next victim to join the suspension team – as the MP is expected to meet the Disciplinary Committee (DC) and the National Executive Council later today.
According to our inside source who wishes to remain anonymous, the DC and NEC are meeting the KenCity Media boss over some disparaging remarks he made about the party and its members; both on radio and TV.
However, we are told that’s just a formality because the Assin Central MP’s fate has already been decided by the Disciplinary Committee. When all is set and done, we are reliably informed he will be given a 12-month suspension that will bar him from making any comment about the party in public.
Such a good exercise but don’t be surprised if NPP pulls out from the 2016 presidential and parliamentary race because by the time the party is through with this powerful exercise, there wouldn’t be any member left in the party – all would’ve been suspended, including the flag bearer.