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Nana Obiri Boahen is a ‘mole’ in NPP-Political Science Lecturer

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Political Science Lecturer with the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Dr. Kwasi Amakye Boateng has described the embattled Deputy General Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Obiri Boahen as a mole in the party.

“A national officer to keep secret information is now leaking them to a journalist, it is a serious thing. …he cannot be trusted anymore”, he stated.

“He must be out of the game…..they party should expel him for taking a mole stance”, Mr. Amakye Boateng admonished NPP leadership.

“He has created a problem for the party and given arsenals to the opposition National Democratic Congress against the party and government in terms of who is fighting corruption better”, he spoke on Kumasi-based Nhyira FM morning show.

“It is undeniable fact government will struggle to do damage control and he must be punished for that”, the NPP sympathizer suggested.

Background

The private legal practitioner in a leaked telephone conversation one with Kwaku Skirt who runs an online radio in the USA including being abandoned.

He claims  Presidency gave the party GH¢50 billion to conduct the party’s 2017 National Annual Delegates Conference in Cape Coast, where various proposals were made for amendments to the party’s constitution.

Nana Obiri Boahen was further heard lamenting about how he was given a paltry GH¢5,000 as a member of the Resolution Committee out of the GH¢50 billion.

“When we were going to Cape Coast the other time, I was given GH¢3,000 as a member of the Resolution Committee and an additional GH¢2,000 for fuel. Meanwhile, the Flagstaff House gave the party an amount of GH¢50 billion,” Boahen alleged.

He also spoke about how unfairly he’s being treated by the party as he has no official vehicle, never received any salary and has also not been awarded any contract from any of the Ministries.

But the NPP, in a statement, said the GH¢50 billion claim is a “palpable falsehood” and has referred the matter to the Steering Committee.

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