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Joseph Yamin Denies Allegations of Near Attack by NDC Delegates in the Central Region

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Joseph Yamin, the National Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has denied allegations that he was nearly attacked by some delegates in the Central Region. Reports had earlier claimed that some angry NDC delegates of the Abura Asebu Kwamankese constituency nearly attacked Joseph Yamin for openly campaigning for Prof. Nana Ama Brown Kutse and attacking the candidature of Felix Ofosu Kwakye, the party’s Parliamentary candidate for the 2020 election.

However, Joseph Yamin has refuted these allegations, stating that although he endorses the candidature of Prof. Nana Ama Brown Klutse, he has not been to the Central Region for the past one month. He describes the allegations as fabrication.

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For the most part, he explains that the last time he was in the Central Region was when he was assigned to conduct parliamentary vetting. After completing the two-day activity on April 4th, he has not returned to the Central Region either for official or private assignment. He emphasizes that he has never been to the grounds to campaign for any candidate, including Prof. Nana Ama Brown Klutse, despite openly supporting her.

Joseph Yamin’s denial of the allegations is critical, given the ongoing internal wrangling in the NDC ahead of the party’s primaries. The party is currently gearing up for its primaries in various constituencies, and tensions are high among party supporters and delegates. Several factions have emerged within the party, each supporting different candidates for the upcoming elections.

In light of this, Joseph Yamin’s endorsement of Prof. Nana Ama Brown Klutse is expected to stir up controversy within the party. However, his recent statements have sought to clarify that he has not been involved in any campaigns on her behalf, nor has he been to the Central Region recently.

For the most part, Joseph Yamin’s denial of the allegations underscores the need for transparency and honesty in political campaigns. As the country prepares for another election season, it is crucial that political players act responsibly and avoid spreading false information that could cause confusion and unrest.

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