Chairman Bernard Antwi Boasiako (Chairman Wontumi) has said that he and the newly-elected national executives would work hard to break the NPP’s 8-year election cycle.
Even though he had backed John Boadu against him, he wrote to the newly-elected General Secretary, Justin Kodua Frimpong, widely known as JFK, saying that he accepted the result since God knows best.
“John Boadu was my choice but the delegates selected you. God knows what is best for our wonderful party. NPP Chairman Wontumi congratulated JFK on a good election. May God bless you, and once again CONGRATULATIONS to you and the NPP for a successful election from Chairman Wontumi to JFK.”
On Saturday, July 16, John Boadu lost his position at his party’s National Annual Delegates’ Conference.
In the end, it was Justin Kodua Frimpong, CEO of the Youth Employment Agency, who overcame him.
A total of 2,837 of the legitimate votes cast were counted by JFK to defeat incumbent John Boadu, who received 2,524.