‘Aggrieved NPP parliamentary aspirants must not create factionalism’

Nii Odarlai Parker, the Greater Accra Regional Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has appealed to aggrieved parliamentary aspirants to seek redress at the national level instead of creating factionalism, intimidation and threats within the rank and file of the party.

“Parliamentary aspirants who feel aggrieved should not create factionalism within our party to derail our focus on retaining power and not making our party attractive in the upcoming December polls,” he cautioned.

Nii Parker insisted that the claims on which some parliamentary aspirants were disqualified were genuine but if they felt unsatisfied, they should appeal at the national level and was hopeful their issues would be addressed.

“The constitution of the party has admonished party members, supporters, faithful and well wishers must not create factionalism, intimidate and threaten them and the leadership but have violated the provisions on how such grievance could be addressed.

”We are not satisfied with their behaviour, we have asked them to go and appeal at the national level since the leadership of the party in the regions are not satisfied with their behaviour and cannot allow them to contest on the ticket of the NPP in the regions where such aggrieved persons have misconducted themselves,” Nii Parker bemoaned.

Reacting to the response that some rank and file of the party had personal scores to settle with some of the aspirants, he disputed it and maintained that “we do not have personal score to settle with any of the aspirants, they should appeal at the national level if they feel their suspension or disqualification was not justified.” -rainbowradioonline.com

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