A defeated National Organiser hopeful of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), says his decision not to work under the victor, Henry Nana Boakye aka Nana B is not borne out of any rift.

Daniel Nii Kwartei Titus-Glover said his decision has been misunderstood by a section of the public. 

“I want to categorically state that, my decision is not borne out of any rift or misunderstanding between myself and Henry Nana Boakye before, during or after the elections and has therefore been misinterpreted by a section of the general public,” he said in a press release issued on Tuesday, July 19.

‘My decision not to deputise Nana B not borne out of rift’ - Titus Glover  

Titus Glover explained that his decision is to allow Nana B to work with people he is comfortable with. 

“Nana B must be allowed to recommend deputies he can work with to the national executive committee for consideration.”

He added that in politics, “trust and confidentiality is of essence.”

The former Tema East MP had intimidated that he works with people who engender the right chemistry.

According to him, he does not want to accept offers that will lead to issues in the future. 

A position he has also stated in his latest press release. 

However, the former Tema East MP said he is ready to advise Nana B anytime he calls on the phone. 

“I must emphatically state that, I am ever ready to offer my support and advice to my brother, Nana B, when the need arises or called on but not as his deputy. More importantly, I am still a Patriot who believes in a healthy competition.”