The Abura Asebu Kwamankese constituency branch of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) has stated in unequivocal terms that the recent posters pasted in selected towns and villages within the constituency suggesting a Skirt and Blouse voting within the NPP, did not come from the stock of the party.

?None of our members within the constituency and outside the District believe in Skirt and Blouse?we do not share in the ideals and Principles of the NDC & for that matter Prof Atta Mills. We have strong believed in the NPP and our hardworking Flagbearer Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and therefore DISSOCIATE ourselves from these posters.?

This denial was contained in a press statement jointly signed and issued by the NPP constituency chairman, Mr. Kingsley Kofi Karikari-Bondzie, and the Parliamentary Candidate Elect, of the area Mr. Job Acquah Markin, and copied to Today yesterday.

The statement averred that ?Our painstaking investigations within the communities indicate that the posters emanate from a section of the NDC Youth within the constituency who feel neglected and sidelined and abandoned by the NDC MP and the top NDC hierarchy within the constituency. These NDC youth are known faces within the constituency.?

?We want stressed that Nana Akufo Addo is our Flagbearer and Mr. Job Markin is our Parliamentary Candidate?we have faith in these two fine gentlemen,? the statement pointed out.

The statement congratulated the teeming supporters of NPP of the constituency particularly the youth wing for their vigilance and faith in NPP and the teeming number of the cherished fishermen in Moree who have pledged their unflinching support to Nana Akufo-Addo and Mr Job Markin.

It noted that a vote for Nana Akufo Addo& Job Markin is a Vote for HOPE! ?A vote for the future of your Children and a vote for better conditions for farmers, fishermen and free SHS Education with enhanced conditions of service for Teachers & workers.?


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