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    Ayeh-Paye reveals leak of Alan’s letter to JFK about super delegate congress register irregularities

    Samuel Ayeh-Paye, the former Member of Parliament (MP) for Ayensuano under the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has alleged that a letter authored by one of the party’s presidential hopefuls, Alan Kyerematen, and addressed to the General Secretary, Justin Frimpong Kodua (JFK), regarding irregularities in the party’s upcoming super delegate congress register, has been leaked.

    According to Ayeh-Paye, during an interview on Adom TV, the letter was only accessible to three parties, namely Alan’s campaign team, JFK, and possibly the NPP elections committee. He emphasized that the letter was not leaked by Alan’s team but rather by one of the other parties who had access to it.

    “We sent a letter to the general secretary (JFK) to address the anomalies we observed in the super delegate register, just as he requested. However, the letter was soon leaked on social media. This is not ideal, as addressing such issues in public is not the best approach,” he explained in Twi.

    Ayeh-Paye further elaborated that the intended course of action was for the general secretary to forward the letter to the election committee, which would then examine the concerns raised before any public discussion took place.

    The letter in question, written by Nana Ohene-Ntow on behalf of Alan’s campaign team, was addressed to the chairman of the Presidential Elections Committee. The letter urged the party to rectify the irregularities identified in the special delegates conference register.

    Among the issues outlined in the petition were the omission of names and the inclusion of certain individuals whom Alan’s team believed were not qualified to participate in the super delegate congress.

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