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Politics of Sunday, 14 August 2016


NPP behind 'Who killed Atta Mills poster’ – Solomon Nkansah

Communications Director of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) is blaming the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) of being behind the “Who Killed Atta Mills’ posters.

According to Solomon Nkansah, the opposition party envious of the euphoria in the Central regional capital, Cape Coast because of the NDC want to mar their campaign launch.

Posters of the late President John Atta Mills have been seen in places like Pedu junction, Abura, Adesadel, Moree barrier, Aggrey Memorial SHS, Cape Coast Takoradi highway and around new Cape Coast Stadium which happens to be the venue for the campaign launch.

Though those behind it remain anonymous, some native in the Central region are said to be peeved about why the cause of death of the late President has been shrouded in secrecy.

But Solomon Nkansah in an interview with Adom FM’s Kofi Adoma could not fathom why the NPP is crying more than the bereaved.

“We in the NDC are still affected at the sudden demise of Prof Mills so the NPP cannot cry more than the bereaved” he quizzed.

The NDC man urged the ecstatic party members to ignore the machinations of the NPP and concentrate on making the campaign launch a success.