Former Ghana High Commissioner to South Africa, Dr. George Ayisi Boateng has charged the leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to investigate and bring appropriate sanctions against former MP for Ejisu, Kwabena Owusu Aduomi for alleged bribery.
Mr Kwabena Owusu Aduomi has come under fire for openly confessing payment of about 3million Ghana Cedis bribe during the 2020 NPP parliamentary primaries.
On a local television, Mr Aduomi said he paid 5,000 cedis to each of the 600 delegates to entice them to endorse his candidature and vote for him.
But despite paying that huge sum of money, he lost his seat in the elections to his strongest opponent, Lawyer John Kumah.
Commenting on the allegations against the former MP, Dr. George Ayisi Boateng described the conduct of the former MP as “unacceptable.”
He said per Article 3 Clause 5 of the NPP constitution, former Ejisu MP erred and attempted to bring the name of the party to disrepute.
“If you are an NPP member and a party which started from UGCC, UP till now NPP and a member, and you cannot uphold the dignity of the party, you have gone against the law,” he said.
With that, Dr. George Ayisi Boateng charged the party hierarchy to act upon the allegations leveled against the former MP.
“What the MP did, I am not passing judgement but what he did is unacceptable. The party has ruled and regulations that every member of the party must follow. He has brought the name of the party to ridicule and as a party, it has to investigate and the appropriate sanction must be applied when he is found culpable.
“All these allegations will not help. The party must investigate and sanction him if indeed; he is guilty of the allegations,” he emphasised.
By Richard Obeng Bediako