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Angry NPP members put a Mahama placard on the party's office.


They demonstrated in the area against "no polling place elections". On Monday, March 7, the victims changed the traditional red, white, and blue colors of the NPP Bureau to the traditional colors of  political rival NDC, red, white, green, and black. I saw it change. Prior to, some offended party youth  vowed to oppose the party's move  to impose a second vice-chairman, Andrews Asiamah, on them. 

 Young people also question the reasons behind constituency tax exemptions in polling place administrative elections. On Wednesday, February 23, aspiring youth organizer Micheal Ankapong told Formena's media: The young people reportedly met party leaders and non-party candidates. 

 "Some leaders worked with independent candidate Andrew Amoako Asiama in the Formena constituency to bring  supporters into the party's elections," he said.  Yaw Buaben Asamoa, the party's communication director, did not provide a reason to exclude Fomena members from polling place elections. "We didn't give a reason before, and now we don't give a reason. This is a purely internal problem," he told TV3. 

 credit: 3news.com


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