NPP Parliamentary aspirant Joy Joycelyn Andoh goes independent after her disqualification

Posters of Hon. Joy Joycelyn Andoh, an aspirant for New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Tarkwa Nsueam Constituency in the Western Region is seen going viral on social media as an independent candidate after her disqualification.

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Hon. Joy Joycelyn Andoh's initial flyer ahead of vetting
Hon. Joy Joycelyn Andoh’s initial flyer ahead of vetting

The poster with colors almost the same as the ruling NPP has four hands holding each other, showing unity, as her symbol. Her poster gives jobs, unity and empowerment with ‘ready to work’ as her political message. Hon. Joy Joycelyn Andoh is part of one the other parliamentary aspirant who were disqualified by the committee of FF Antoh and team from contesting in the June 20 NPP parliamentary primaries.


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Petitions leveled against her were over 50, making her “not accepted” aspirant in her constituency. Although she has been able to explain all the petitions against her, the committee went on to disqualify her. Sources in her camp told monitored by that the NPP party is yet to write officially to her on the reason why she was disqualified.


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Hon. Joy Joycelyn Andoh's second flyer after she was disqualified
Hon. Joy Joycelyn Andoh’s second flyer after she was disqualified

Madam Joy Joycelyn Andoh will not go to court on the decision since the National Executive Council (NEC) of the party has already “concluded” the decision of the vetting committee stated by a close person in her camp.


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