Dr. Kwabena Duffuor, a former finance minister, claims that no amount of criticism will make him abandon his “Ahotor Project.”
According to Dr. Duffuor, the “Ahotor Project” aims to give National Democratic Congress (NDC) opponents more authority across the nation.
Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, the NDC’s general secretary, questioned the project’s intent last week and charged Dr. Duffuor with failing to consult the party hierarchy.
“I will not let insults or other forms of abuse stop me from pursuing my goals absolutely nothing
I’m not much of a talker. That’s just not who I am.I merely wish to contribute to the party’s growth.Come together, let’s support each other.
Dr. Kwabena Duffour received criticism from Johanson Asiedu Nketiah for organizing a donation for the Ahotor project.
He claimed that the recent donation of equipment to a few constituencies in the Ashanti Region by the former Minister, who aspires to be the NDC’s flagbearer, has left the party feeling misled.
Any activity carried out in the name of the Ahotor project, according to the NDC General Secretary, should not be done for personal gain but rather for the benefit of the NDC party.
On August 29, 2022, he talked to the media during a meeting.
“We just picked information from Kumasi that Dr. Duffuor is going to distribute some equipment in some constituencies, and we feel very betrayed. It is not a bad thing if a former Minister wants to support the party, but there is a process you go through. He is not the first to donate to this party.”
“We feel we have been misled into receiving the donation. If Dr. Duffuor intends to make a genuine donation to the party, he should pass through the proper channels.”
The Ahotor project team recently stated that it was still awaiting clarification on the project’s reactivation from the NDC (NDC) leadership.
In June 2022, the concept was reintroduced at the NDC headquarters in Accra.
The Ahotor Project, according to Dr. Duffuor, has been created in such a way that each constituency will receive supplies, logistics, and equipment worth GH30,000 to help them manage their administrations.