NPP’s Nana B sparks controversy after visiting SHS to ‘campaign’

Ghanaians have reacted to pictures of the National Youth Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Henry Nana Boakye, seen talking to some final-year students.

The school is said to be the Anglican Senior High School, Kumasi, popularly known as KASS.

It is unclear what the former Deputy Executive Director of the National Service Scheme is talking to the students about but many believed he was campaigning.

He was in the company of some officials.

This has stirred controversy on social media with many questioning why Nana Bee, as he is popularly called, was allowed into the school when parents of these same students have been barred from visiting them.

Many want the Ghana Education Service (GE) to sanction the schools visited and Nana Bee also dealt with according to law especially as it comes when a former Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Carlos Ahenkorah, also visited some polling stations without anybody knowing he was Covid-19 positive.

But some have countered this, proving that executives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) are also visiting schools to talk to students.


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