One of the 12 tipped for Offinso MCE post accused of fraud by an NPP communicator

    /    Feb 9, 2017   /     Ashanti, NewsBreak, Politics  /    0 Comments  /    280 Views

A communications team member of the NPP in the Offinso Municipality of the Ashanti Region, Clifford Boateng Agyapong has raised concerns over the candidature of Mr. Kingsford Boateng, one of the twelve whose names have been sent to the presidency in Accra for selection as the Municipal Chief Executive for Offinso Municipality.

A letter to that effect sighted by Kapital News was addressed to the Offinso south constituency office of the NPP of which a copy has been sent to the presidency by Clifford, a communications team member of the party leveling some allegations against Mr. Kingsford Boateng.

Clifford alleges that Kingsford Boateng forged the signature of his headmaster to dupe the Offinso Municipal Education Workers Welfare Association (OMEWWA )in 2015; hence is not eligible to be MCE. He provide a document to that effect.

Clifford cited point Viii of the directive issued by the party Monday 30th January, 2017 which indicated that, to be an MCE, the person is of a  “good character and good standing”.

He tells Kapital News he will do whatever it takes to resist a possible selection of Kingsford Boateng as the Offinso MCE.

The NPP is a “party of  noble and good standing so we don’t want anybody with criminal records to lead the party or people of Offinso that will not lead to progress and which will hinder our development in Offinso”.

Meanwhile when contacted by Kapital News, Mr. Kingsford Boateng failed to respond, saying he is in the process of drafting a rejoinder and once that is done, he will respond accordingly.

Below is the petition against Kingsford Boateng


Source: Suraya Alidu Malititi |

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