Ghana

Vetting Committee Denies Awarding Marks To NPP Presidential Aspirants

The Vetting Committee of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has categorically denied social media reports claiming that it awarded marks to presidential aspirants during the vetting process for the upcoming primaries.
The Alan Kyerematen group in desperate move had been sharing some voodoo marks claiming that Alan recorded the highest marks of over 96% with the rest scoring below 90%.


In a response to the reports, the committee Spokesperson. Osei Bonsu Amoah described the reports as “Very Fake News” and urged the public to disregard them completely.


The committee’s denial comes in response to news of a leaked report that purportedly revealed the marks obtained by various aspirants during the vetting process.
The report allegedly surfaced after being discovered by a team of investigators and subsequently submitted to the party’s General Secretary.