According to the members, the party dumped them after using them to do all the ‘dirty’ works to help it win the 2016 general elections.
They have therefore threatened to hit the streets of Kumasi, possibly on November 20, in their numbers to demonstrate if the party continues to neglect them.
Richard Takyi, affectionately known as ‘Soldier’, Bosomtwe Chairman of the Forces, lamented that his ‘men’ were in dire times even though their party was in power.
“The NPP leadership used us to do all the dirty works, which helped the party to easily win the 2016 presidential elections. We have clearly been used and dumped by the NPP to win victory.
“Some of our men travelled to places such as Sankore and other places to fight for the party but we have been ignored despite the juicy promises made by the NPP gurus”.
Soldier, who sounded angry, indicated that his ‘men’ would start the demonstration from the Aboabo School Park, through the NPP regional office, and end at the Regional Coordinating Council.
Source: The Publisher