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General News Mon, 3 Dec 2018

Doubt raised over GHC400k contributors’ list for Mahama 2020

A member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Stephen Amoah, who is also the Chief Executive Officer of the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (Masloc), says he has deep doubts over the list being spread of contributors for former president John Mahama’s filing fee.

After the National Democratic Congress (NDC) announced the filing fees for the January 19, 2019 presidential primary, there has been mixed reaction – especially from aspirants.

Those backing the decision by the National Executive Committee (NEC) have largely been followers of Mr Mahama, who is touring the country in fervent campaign.

Some appointees of his government of 2012–2016 have come together to raise funds for his nomination and filing fees.

About 420 supporters have resolved to dedicate GH¢1,000 each of their income to get the fees for him.



Dubbed ‘Operation 420 people willing to contribute GH¢1,000 for JM’, the move has so far seen 219 volunteers respond positively.

Find below the list so far:

Fifi Kwetey

Shaibu Mahama

Cassiel Forson

Richard Acheapong

Thomas Ampem

Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwah

Kwesi Ahwoi

Omane Boamah

Alhassan Suhini

Felix Quakye Ofosu

Akuritinga Ayine

Felicia Adjei

Seth Terkper

Peter Nortsu-Kotoe

Oti Bless

Napare Dominic

Clement Apaak

Derek Ohene Bekoe

BT Baba

Rockson Etse Dafeamekpor

Malcom Yayah

Julius Debrah

Kwadjo Twum Boafo

Kwame Twum Boafo

Alex Gabby Hottordze

Charles Agbeve

Kwame Agbodza

Inusah Fuseini

Dr Lawrence Appiah

Roger Angsomwine

Nii Lante Vanderpuye

Yusif Suleiman

Okletey Terlabi

John Abdulai Jinapor

Naser Toure Mahama

Adam Mutawakilu

K Agyemang Mensah

Daniel Batidam

Mark Kurt Nawaane

Ras Mubarak

Sam Dzata George

Rudolf Amenga-Etego

Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzrah

Bernard Ahiafor

Geoffreh Kini

Aziz Muniru

Amin Amidu Sulemani

Hassan Ligbi

Tanko Ibrahim Abdul Rauf

Sampson Ahi

Akua Dokosi

Alhassan Mumuni Alhassan

Dr Hafez Adam

Francis Dakura

Marietta Appiah-Opong

Abdul-Aziz Mohammed

Bernice Adiku Heloo

Abraham Ferguson

Kofi Adams

Peter Mahama

Comfort Doyoe Cudjoe-Ghansah

Yusif jajah

Alhaasan Umar

Muhammad Bawah Braimah

Kwadwo Nyanpon Aboagye

Mathias Ntow

Eric Afful

Eric Osei-Owusu

Daniel Ashiamah

Linda Ocloo

James Agalga

Andrew Dari Chiwitey

Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare

Joseph Yieleh Chireh

Dr. Valerie Sawyerr

Mrs. Esther Sawyerr

Mrs Sedina Tamakloe Ationu

Rev Albert Okpoti Botchway

Dr. Angela El Adas

Philip Dzandza

Kofi Buah

Peter Kwakye-Ackah

George Abradu-Otoo

Dr Mustapha Ahmed

Leeford Kpakpo Quarshie

Samuel Yaw Adusei

Osei Kwame Griffiths

Commander P. M.G. Griffiths

Samuel Sarpong

Rachel Appoh

Emmanuel Kwadwo Agyekum

Kirk Koffi

Nii Okai Laryea

Alhassan Sualihu Dandaawa

Aquinas Quansah

John Majisi

Tampi Acheampong

Eric Opoku

Alhaji Mohammed Masawud

Samuel A. Jabanyite

Albert Akuka Alalzuuga

Benjamin Komla Kpodo

Victor Bampoe

William Amuna

Siisi Quainoo

Rudolph Beckley

Stephen Ackah

Kay Simmonds

Brig Gen I.B. Quartey

Alex Mould

Dzifa Attivor

Laurene Sena Attivor

Robert kuganab-lem

Ade Coker

Moses Positive

Kwabena Donkor

Kenneth Adjei

Edward Bawa

Prof Naana Opoku Agyeman

Benjamin Dagadu

Ato Ahwoi

Prof Kwamina Ahwoi

Kwame Peprah

Kofi Totobi Quakyi

Stanislav Dogbe

Alh Amadu Gruzah Tanko

Andy Osei Okrah

Mahama Ayariga

William Dokosi

Samuel Dokosi

Joyce Bawa Mogtari

Betty Mould Iddrisu

Prof Kwesi Botchwey

Godfred Seidu Jasaw

Mohammed Ramadan

Della Sowah

William Ntow Boahene

Seyram Hiamabey Dogbe

Isaac Adjei Mensah

Commodore Steve Obimpeh

James Agyening Boateng

Senyo Tsagli

Osman Kitoe

Limuna Mohammed Muniru

Tony Aubynn

Joshua N. Annan

Alhaji Abdul-Rahman Harruna Attah.

Aaron Fiagbedzi Goza

Kwesi Sainti Baffoe Bonnie

Prosper Bani

Prof Bani

Mustapha Abubakar

Dzifa Gomashie

Justice Michael Baffoe

Vincent Kuagbenu

Kwabena Mintah Akandoh

Ato Sarpong

William Vinyo

Lydia Lariba Bawa

Brig. Gen. Martin KG Ahiaglo

Mawuena Trebarh

Larie Attah

Mark Woyongo

Alhaji Baba Seidu Issifu

Ibrahim Jajah

Baba Warabeba and Co

Conrad Dumbah

Chris Ackummey

Mavis Frimpong

Akwasi Oppong Fosu

George Loh

Prince Derek Adjei

Isaac Adongo

Alex Adomako Mensah

Moses Asaga

Alhaji Cole Younger

Mawusi Dzirasa

Osman Ayariga

Joshua Borah

Briamah Saaka Mahama

Emilia Arthur

Alhaji Nash

Kofi Vinyo

Alhaji Saaed Sinare

Afua Adoboe

Joycelyn Tetteh

Albert Abongo

Mark Oliver Kevor

Edward Derry

Desmond Donkor

Yakubu Mumuni

Kofi Adoli

Billey Tahiru

Alain Gbeasor

John Henry Martey Newman.

Eric Essuah

E Dawood Mensah

Mike Mwimbe Dery

Okoe Vanderpuye

Harry Zakour

Brig Gen Musah Whajah (rtd)

Michael Kpessah Whyte

Justice Buah

Vivian A. Brown

Paulina Atwima Mensah

Alhaji Collins Dauda

Clement Kofi Humado

Frank Awuku

Richard Anamoo

Atukwei Sam

Nii John Coleman

Maurice Abisa-Seidu

Elijah Timob

Brig Gen. George Partington

Ms. Elaine Quaye

Nana Yaw Sakyi

Dr Raphael Tufuor

Jude Tufuor

Dr Stephen Tufuor

But speaking on TV3’s New Day on Monday, December 3, Mr Amoah stressed: “I even doubt the list that they are putting out”.

He told host Johnnie Hughes that No. 109, for instance, cannot be said to be part due to his profession as an army officer.

“Because army officers do not do that.

“It is endangering our democracy,” he stated.

He claims all those Mahama appointees are doing so to save face.

“The fact of the matter is that [former] President Mahama has become so unpopular among the hierarchy of the party.”



Source: 3news.com
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