Mrs Alima Justice, an NPP delegate, has threatened to lead a protest against the party if the party executive accepts the idea of acquiring Nasara votes.
This idea, she claims, was made to the NPP National Council at a meeting held at the Alisa hotel in Accra.
She has, on the other hand, accused Vice President Dr Mahamadu Bawumia of urging the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to hold presidential primaries in December 2022, despite the NPP constitution prohibiting it.
Mrs Alima Justice, speaking to the media, stated, “Another nefarious and divisive goal pursued by Dr Bawumia is the construction of NASARA positions at all voting stations across the country. This means that Mr Bawumia is seeking to rig the election by securing 40,000 NASARA votes ahead of time.”
Mrs Alima Justice also questioned the measures’ intent, arguing that they are divisive, backward-looking, and set the stage for party division and ruin.
“Are we also eager and ready to put Christian representatives in polling places all around the country?” Alima persevered with her questioning.
She further stated that this proposal, if granted, she will organize multiple anti-NPP protests around Ghana.
The party’s national convention will be held in Kumasi on Sunday.