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A similar thing happened in the killing of Prince Opoku Antoh, a nephew of the NPP's Ashanti Regional Chairman, Mr F.F. Antoh, at Dichemso on Saturday night.
Mr. Frederick Fredua Antoh, ...
Mr. Frederick Fredua Antoh, Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has announced the party's readiness to go to the polls, and expects that it would be peaceful.
was, however, apprehensive about what he
terms "too many stories" (rumours) doing the rounds that strangers had infiltrated the constituencies in the region, with the intention of stealing ballot boxes.
said the rumours had given credence to the alleged intentions of the NDC National Organiser, Mr. Yaw Boateng Gyan, to deploy thugs to destabilise the polls, as captured on tape recently.
In the circumstances, Mr. Antoh
would want party supporters to be vigilant and protect the ballot boxes.
expects party sympathisers and agents to work within the confines and provisions of the law though.
Domeabra (Ash), Oct. 24, GNA - ...
Domeabra (Ash), Oct. 24, GNA - The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Fredrick Fredua Antoh, has rallied the party's supporters to pull together to ensure resounding electoral victory in the December 7 polls.
They all, he said, should accept individually and collectively, to work hard...
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Kumasi, Sept 26, GNA - Mr Fredrick Fredua Antoh, Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), on Monday said, he "is still the constitutionally elected Chairman of the Party in the Region."
In a statement issued in Kumasi in reaction to media reports that some Constituency Chairmen in the Region had passed a vote of no confidence in him, Mr Antoh
urged all loyal Party members and sympathizers to ignore the reports and treat them with the contempt that they deserved.He
said the reports attributed to Nana Adu Asabere, Asante-Akim North Constituency Chairman of the Party
, "had no constitutional basis and should not be entertained by any member of the Party".Mr Antoh
said steps were being taken to summon Nana Asabere and his group, who were trying to foment trouble within the Party
, to appear before the Regional Disciplinary Committee
for indulging in acts to bring the name of the Party
Mr. Frederick Fredua Antoh, ...
Mr. Frederick Fredua Antoh, NPP Ashanti Regional Chairman, told The Chronicle in a post-election interview, that the EC did a lazy job thus preventing over 500 registered voters from voting.
said the queues at some polling centres were exceptionally long, and that many voters felt frustrated and left in the face of the inefficiency of the verification machines, which slowed down the process completely.
cited the Ash Town Methodist polling station, Tafo Assemblies of God polling station and Duase, where the late arrival of voting material, which arrived there after 10:00 a.m., resulting in the massing up of voters into the night.
According to Mr. Antoh
, there were less than 400 voters at the K.O. Methodist polling station, while an adjoining polling station had over a thousand voters held up in a queue.
Chairman also cited an instance where the EC oversaw the miscalculation of figures at collation centres without restraint.
indicated from reports that instead of 96 votes, 996 was entered for candidate John Mahama at the New Tafo Baptist JHS polling centre F150506A of the CPC/Odumase electoral area, while 786 was recorded for Nana Akufo-Addo, an indication that 900 votes were added to John Mahama's votes.
Chairman Antoh also referred to the Asokwa constituency, where a submitted declaration form to the EC indicated that Nana Akufo Addo polled 52,960 against 14,673 by John Mahama.
The said Mr. Manu has reportedly admitted making a mistake in that regard, for which Mr. Antoh
has blamed the EC, since the onus lies on the EC to correct genuine mistakes, instead of rushing to declare results.
suggested that in future the EC should instruct their staff to check and confirm details of results submitted the next day, before final entries are done, to ensure accuracy.
Chairman said he
was awaiting reports from the remaining 45 constituencies in the region to establish other concerns for the necessary action to be taken.