According to the NPP UK group, failure to immediately unite the party will have dire consequences in the 2016 elections. Speaking to Citi News the leader of the group, Nana Kwesi Effah stated that “there is a division in the party that we can see from far.”
He said, “that is not the way the NPP was established as a party.”
“If I can say, some years back we had the spirit of unity but it is no more there and we are just left with about 15 months to election. The friction between Nana Addo, Kwabena Agyapong and Paul Afoko… discourages us and we don’t like that,” he added.
Disunity in NPP
Recent events in the NPP has brought purported deep rooted divisions in the party to bare.
It is believed that there is disunity in the rank and file of the party especially between the flag bearer, Nana Akufo Addo and some national executives.
Some party members have condemned the division and called for peace to prevail.
The National Womens Organiser of the NPP, Otiko Djaba blamed the unrest in the party on what she said is a “demon of confusion.”
Meanwhile, the NPP in May in organised a one week fasting and prayers aimed at cleansing the party.