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Eastern Region NPP Should Vote For Someone Who Is Competent

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It is very unfortunate that certain crop of people without any campaign message has resorted to go on tribal sentiment in the Eastern Regional Chairperson contest.

What actually has the Kwahus done and why should the camp of Kwadwo Boateng and their spokespersons, David Prah always attack the good people of Kwahu?

It is unfair to tell delegates that the president is against Jeff Konadu Addo because he is from Kwahu.

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It is an open fact that the Ashanti Regional Minister is from Bosomtwi, Education Minister from Bosomtwi and Chairman Wontumi is as well from Bosomtwi yet the president is supporting Chairman Wontumi.

Also, the President is From Kyebi , the MP for Abuakwa south is from Kyebi and the MCE from Abuakwa South Municipality is also from Kyebi, so it is unthinkable to say Eastern Regional Minister is from Kwahu , therefore delegates should not vote for Jeff Konadu Addo because he is also from Kwahu.

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If Jeff Konadu Addo is competent to help in breaking the 8 , why is the presidency trying to use monies ,lies and intimidations to impose Kwadwo Boateng on the delegates in Eastern Region.

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