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PNC Divided Over Jake Bungalow Saga
 
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08-Jun-2012  
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The leadership of the People’s National Convention (PNC) is divided on the Supreme Court ruling over the acquisition of a State bungalow by the New Patriotic Party’s National Chairman, Jake Obetsebi-Lamptey.

The PNC at a news conference on Wednesday promised to assist the two Deputy Ministers, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwah of the Information Ministry and Dr. Omane-Boamah of the Sports Ministry, who took the matter to court to seek a review of the majority decision of the Supreme Court.

Speaking to Citi News, the National Youth Organiser of the PNC, Abu Ramadan, described as “needless” the General Secretary’s position on the matter.

“The crux of the matter are the General Secretary has spoken and alluded to the fact that the party is not happy about it, but that is a section of the party and not the entire party’s decision; that I believe is the view of the General Secretary,” Ramadan said.

He advised, “the party should rather concentrate and discuss issues on what is happening up North currently with the conflict and how best we can come together and contribute towards the resolution and having peace in the three Northern regions, than worrying our heads about issues that have to do with the camp of our colleague opposition party.

“That is the position of the General Secretary [Bernard Monah] and I don’t share in it.”

 
 
 
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