This division was further given credence when three members of the NPP had a go at each other on Kumasi based Nhyira fm in relation to the suspension of the NPP’s chairman; Paul Afoko.
Tweneboah Koduah,together with two others; Stephen Owusu and Joseph Oppong Boadi have dragged the NPP to court over the suspension of the party’s chairman and has also been leveling various allegations of deep-rooted tribalism within the party. The three are praying the court to nullify the order suspending NPP’s national chairman.
A member of the party’s regional communication team ; Enoch Afoakwa in reaction to Tweneboah Koduah’s utterances called him a self-seeking “stomach” politician.
“TK and his ilk have gone for pick-ups and other goodies to create confusion in the party”,he said and added “TK is being a trojan horse to the fortunes of the party”. Tweneboah Koduah however denies the allegations.
Though he could not mention names, he alleged that he was aware of big party people hiding behind Tweneboah Koduah and his friends to cause problems for the party.
He also accused Tweneboah Koduah of failing to state where he stays accurately in his statement to the court explaining that Tweneboah Koduah does not live in Mampong as he has stated.
A founding member of the NPP in the Ashanti region; George Ayisi Boateng advised that cool heads prevail in the interest of the party.
Meanwhile, the suit named 30 bigwigs in the NPP as defendants; they include- former President John Agyekum Kuffuor, the party’s flagbearer, Nana akufo-Addo, Minority Leader Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, etc.