Some delegates of the NPP in Mampong Constituency say they are considering legal action following what they say are subtle measures being taken to bar two of the party’s hardworking members from contesting the upcoming parliamentary primaries.

They have accused the incumbent MP, Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong of conniving with certain leadership in the party hierarchy to shield him from being contested.

Party youth also say they intend to inject better energy capabilities to gain a competitive edge in the light for more support base ahead of the 2020 general elections and that, the incumbent Member of Parliament is not fit for that discourse.

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The delegates say they would take a decision once thorough analysis and assessment have been done on why Benjamin Arthur and Francis Addae Nimoh are being denied a chance to contest.

“We will make a decision on this once we have thoroughly analysed and assessed the grounds for prohibition from a legal standpoint. According to the acts of the party as well as the rules and regulations governing the primaries of our party this year,” the leader of the ‘concerned delegates’, Mr. Solomon Nyantakyi said.

The group also questioned how incumbent Member of Parliament, Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong won the party’s last primaries and accused him of not doing much for the people.