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NPP Vice Chairman calls on former KMA PM to withdraw defamatory suit against Suame MCE

The Second Vice Chairman for Suame Constituency of New Patriotic Arty (NPP), Richard Asante, has called on the New Suame  Assembly Member to withdraw his defamatory lawsuit against the Constituency executives for the sake of unity.   Nana Kofi Senyah, who is a Former Presiding Member of Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), has sued four constituency executives for acting as administrators of “Suame NPP Executives” wassup group.   The defendants are Mr Bright Osei Agyemang , Constituency Chairman, Mr Richard Asante, Second Vice Chairman, Mr Gabriel Bediako , Deputy Secretary and Mrs Lily Appiah, Communications Officer.   Nana Senyah has also sued the Chief Executive Officer for Suame Municipal Assembly (SMA) Dr John Osei Bobie-Boahin, Assembly Member for Tarkwa Anomangye, Hon . Boakye Ansah, and Assembly Member for Kronum Kwapra, Hon. Abraham Amponsah.   The plaintiff demands a damage of GH400,000 against the defendants for alleging that Nana Senya has been wanted in the United States of America and allegedly stole fertilizers belonging to KMA.   Speaking to the media, Mr Asante said Nana Senyah instructed his lawyer Nana Yaw Osei to write to the administrators of the Wasup group to render apology to such publication.   According to Mr Asante, on the 27th April 2019 at 5:25pm, on behalf of the administrators,  posted an apology on the platform in accordance with the content of the letter from Senyah’s lawyer.   ” Why do you sue us after  rendering apology based on your own request from your lawyer? Mr Asante asked.   Mr Asante described the suit as a step to divide the front of the party in the constituency to create hatred among the members of the party.   The Second Vice Chairman asked Nana Senyah to rescind his decision for the sake of his image and the party at large.   Source Foster 

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