Information emanating from the Ayawaso West Wougon Constituency branch of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has it that, there are accusation of bribe taken by some top executives during the past Presidential and Parliamentary Elections.
Our source within the executive revealed how the constituency chairman, Mr. Bismarck Aborbi Ayittey sold the 2020 party’s victory to the ruling New Patriotic Party’s candidate, Hon. Syriam Alhassan.
We have learnt that this criminal act led by the constituency chairman has become expensive political stock in trade in the history of the Region.
Bismark Aborbi has stamped his authority on number of decisions without consulting his executive members. Those who tried to challenge his decision faced with suspension and are used as scape goat.
Some contact made by the alhajj.com to the camp of NPP confirmed that Bismak Aborbi Ayittey has compromised his position and gave NPP victory on the silver platter in the 2020 elections.
Even though, some of the constituency executives who spoke with this portal confirmed the criminal act of their chairman but could not dare speak against it for the fear of losing their positions.
As part of the deal to make sure NPP won the seat, Bismarck Aborbi Ayittey was task by the NPP to frustrate the NDC’s Parliamentary candidate, John Dumelo’s campaign team.
John Dumelo had the toughest time during campaigning working with the constituency executives than battling with the ruling NPP in the 2020 general election.
This formed part of the plans to disorganize the NDC’s front in the constituency and not to touch base with the grassroots.
Aborbi Ayittey intentionally sent aliens to polling stations as party agents just to make sure NPP had futile ground to rig the election at some polling stations.
Currently, the is a serious confusion among the constituency executive as who took what and how much some received from the NPP.
More shocking revelation will be released by this portal on how Bismark Abobi intend selling another victory to the NPP in the upcoming 2024 elections for millions of cedis.