Kwesi Nyantakyi hospitalised ahead of Ejisu NPP primary

Kwesi Nyantakyi, former President of the Ghana Football Association and a contestant in the New Patriotic Party’s parliamentary primary in the Ejisu Constituency, has been hospitalized.
A source from his campaign team confirmed that Mr. Nyantakyi experienced stomach pain on Friday night and was admitted to the hospital for treatment. According to the source, his illness may have been exacerbated by not eating all day due to his busy schedule ahead of Saturday’s polls, including a planned meeting with delegates.

He was admitted to the Legacy Hospital at Asokore Mampong for treatment where he has been since Friday evening.

This morning, a total of 1081 delegates will decide the fate of nine aspirants seeking to represent the New Patriotic Party in the upcoming by-election in the Ejisu Constituency. The party is holding its parliamentary primary to select a candidate following the passing of the Member of Parliament for Ejisu, John Ampontuah Kumah.

Intense campaign activities have been ongoing throughout the week as aspirants engage delegates to secure their votes. The party emphasizes the importance of adhering to election guidelines and urges aspirants not to host delegates.

Ashanti Regional Research and Elections Officer of the NPP, Nana Kofi Owusu, in an interview assured that all preparations are in place for today’s elections.

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