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NPP starts vetting of presidential aspirants with Alan, Kwadwo Poku, Bawumia

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) will from Monday, July 3, start vetting the 10 persons who have put themselves up to lead the governing party into the 2024 general elections as its flagbearer.

The NPP on Friday released the timetable for the vetting of the presidential aspirants.

Three aspirants are expected to appear before the Vetting Committee each day, a statement issued by the Secretary to the Vetting Committee Evans Nimako noted.

Per the time timetable, former Trade Minister Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, Energy Expert Kwadwo Poku and Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia will be screened on Monday July 3 that order.

On Tuesday, former Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko, former General Secretary of the party Kwabena Agyei Agyepong and Member of Parliament for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong will face the committee.

Dr Kofi Konadu Apraku, Dr Owusu Afriyei Akoto, and Joe Ghartey will appear on Wednesday, July 5

The 10th aspirant Francis Addai-Nimonh would be vetted on Thursday, July 6.

The aspirants would be vetted by an 11-member committee chaired by the former Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye.

Other Members of the Vetting Committee are Kwasi Amoako Atta, Stephen Abankwa Sekyere, Osei Bonsu Amoah, Lord Oblitey Commey, Frank Davies, Hackman Owusu-Agyeman, and Adelaide Ahwireng.

The rest are; Osei Bonsu Amoah, the Member of Parliament for Akuapem North Constituency and a member of the Vetting Committee was appointed the Spokesperson for the Committee with Evans Nimako, Director for Research and Elections of the Party also appointed Secretary for the committee.

The NPP Vetting Committee

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