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Kandaha grouping deny story

Ghana Alhassan Kandaha Pro-New Patriotic Party (NPP) grouping, Kandaha, based in Tamale, has denied a story that some of their members were in Accra to offer protection to the Chairman of the party, Paul Afoko and Kwabena Agyepong, the party’s scribe. The rumour about the presence of the grouping in Accra, and which sought to create an impression about their alignment to some personalities in the party caused apprehension and anxiety among party faithful hailing from Dagbon. The rumour was amplified when it found space in a section of the media; it suffered a setback when the leadership descended on the source » Read More

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