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Boakye Agyarko refrains from NPP run-off election

Boakye Kyeremateng Agyarko, flagbearer candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has publicly announced his withdrawal from the upcoming run-off election to choose the 5th candidate.

After the NPP said that its National Council would set up an electoral college to break the tie between Mr. Agyarko and his rival Francis Addai Nimoh, who finished tied for fifth place in the recently concluded super delegate conference.

Mr. Ayarko claimed in a press release that it was unlawful for the National Council to choose just a few people to represent the 955 participants in the first round.

Boakye Agyarko refrains from NPP run-off election

Mr. Agyarko claimed that the creation of an electoral college violates the party’s constitution in addition to other legal violations.

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“I find it wholly intolerable that such an illegal act could be continued on the altar of convenience. Am I to assume that the party was unaware of the financial impact? The game’s rules being altered in the middle of it is despicable.

Flip-flopping rules and regulations in this way only serves to undermine justice and fair play. It obviously goes against both the party’s charter and the rules for the Special Electoral College. Parts of his statement were, “I cannot allow myself to be connected with it because it is unconstitutional conduct.

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