The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has moved quickly to quash reports announcing a new date for their 'suspended' presidential and parliamentary primaries.
In a statement signed by John Boadu the General Secretary of the party, it entreated the general public to disregard the memo that announced a date for their primaries describing it as fake.
Reports in the media on Monday suggested that the NPP had settled on April 25, 2020, to hold their parliamentary and presidential primaries.
John Boadu says this fake memo was orchestrated by some “political mischief makers” to create disaffection for the party especially because the party and President Akufo-Addo had gained huge popularity globally due to the management of COVID-19 in Ghana.
“The party has, till date, not met at any level, to review this position following the President’s decision to lift the partial lockdown imposed on some major cities in the country,” portions of the statement read.