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The Ashanti Regional Communications Director of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), Kofi Akwah, has described Prof. Agyeman Badu Akosa, currently the chairman of the party’s organizational committee as the most ‘laziest’ person he has ever come across in the party and should also be blamed for the setbacks in the party.

According to him, he has all the right to use such words on him due to the way he goes about his decisions in the party and some background checks he has done on him since 2004.

He explained to host of Neat FM’s Morning Show “Ghana Montie”, Kwame Ajetiah that, Paa Kwesi Ndoum left the CPP when his efforts to bring changes into the party as Ghanaians wanted, fell on the rocks, through attacks from Professor Agyeman-Badu Akosa and some leaders of the party.

He indicated that Prof. Agyeman-Badu Akosa was then the personal advisor to the then chairman of the CPP, Samia Nkrumah and since the two came together, the party has never known any form of peace.

Prof. Akosah has nothing good to offer the CPP, and all he wants from the party is to be seen as a relevant person in the party so that he would have total control and do whatever he feels like doing without seeking advice from any other leader of the party,” he added.

Mr. Kofi Akwah wondered why Prof. Badu Akosa worked behind the scenes against all the well-known and ready to become flag bearers of the party to pave the way for Samia Nkrumah to become the next CPP flag bearer which will not inure to the party's benefit.


Source: Elizabeth Semiheva/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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