“Napo Can’t Be The Next Vice” – Lawyer Maurice Ampaw Explains His Claims

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Lucy Afful | PoliticsGhana | March 21 | “Napo Can’t Be The Next Vice” – Lawyer Maurice Ampaw Explains His Claims

 “Renowned lawyer Maurice Ampaw asserts that Matthew Opoku Prempeh’s chances of becoming Ghana’s Vice President are jeopardized by divisive lobbying tactics, urging caution to avoid future repercussions.”

 


Legal luminary Maurice Ampaw has weighed in on the speculation surrounding Matthew Opoku Prempeh’s potential candidacy for Ghana’s Vice Presidency, highlighting concerns over controversial lobbying methods.

Controversial Lobbying

Ampaw expressed reservations regarding the overt lobbying efforts by supporters of Matthew Opoku Prempeh, also known as ‘Napo,’ initiated by Goosie Tanoh. He argued that the aggressive lobbying tactics risk creating division and controversy within the Ashanti Region, where Opoku Prempeh hails from.

Desperation for Power

During an interview on Wontumi TV, Ampaw criticized the perceived desperation for power exhibited by Opoku Prempeh’s supporters. He cautioned against such overt displays of lobbying, noting the negative implications it could have on Opoku Prempeh’s candidacy.

“The man hasn’t made a statement yet, but his supporters are doing just too much. I see them to be desperate for power”, Lawyer Ampaw said in his explanation during an interview at Wontumi TV.

Qualifications and Capabilities

Despite the controversy surrounding the lobbying efforts, Ampaw acknowledged Opoku Prempeh’s qualifications and capabilities for the role of Vice President. He praised Opoku Prempeh’s competence and experience, citing his tenure as Minister of Education and Energy as evidence of his suitability for the position.

“Napo is a very nice, gentle, young and intelligent man who is capable to do the job. He has worked at both the education and energy sectors in Ghana and is qualified. But his supporters are spoiling his chances”, added Maurice Ampaw.

Advice for Candidates

In his concluding remarks, Ampaw advised political candidates to exercise caution when accepting lobbying support, emphasizing the potential consequences of aligning too closely with contentious lobbying tactics. He urged candidates to prioritize unity and integrity in their campaign strategies to avoid damaging their reputations in the long run.

Conclusion

Maurice Ampaw’s insights shed light on the complex dynamics surrounding Matthew Opoku Prempeh’s Vice Presidential aspirations. As speculation continues to swirl, stakeholders are urged to navigate the political landscape with prudence and foresight to ensure a harmonious and credible electoral process.

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