Northern Regional Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Alhaji Alhassan Sibdoo, has lashed out at his fellow party members Abdul Fatawu who is chairman of the “big six,” a youth group aligned to the NPP in the Region.
According to him, the “Big Six” self-acclaimed chairman had no credibility in fighting for the party’s youth in the Region, hence he should desist from tarnishing the image of the party’s elected executives.
The NPP Regional scribe alleged that, during the president’s tour of the Savanna Region, Abdul fatawu bolted away with 20,000 cedis, meant for the youth groups in the Region, hence had no moral rights to speak for the youth.
“Why would you chop your colleagues monies and turn around to be fighting for them?” he queried
Alhaji Alhasan Sibdoo alleged that the president while touring the Savanna Region presented Ghc 20,000 to the Big Six Chairman who showed up as leader of the group when they called on the President at the Modern City Hotel, adding that the Big Six Chairman who claimed to love the youth more than anybody, run away with the money after receiving it from the Northern Regional Minister, who presented it on behalf of the president.
Alhaji Sibdoo made this allegation on Diamond FM’s Siasa Saha (a Dagbani political talk show) after the chairman of the “big six” had, on the same platform, accused the NPP Regional scribe of hiding government’s Covid-19 financial relief forms.
Rebutting the allegations, Alhaji Sibdoo said he never took any forms from the government to be distributed to the party’s people in the region; explaining further that the Covid relief forms for support are online and only qualified people could access it.
“Fatawu has no credibility to fight for the party youth in the region; the youth are currently searching for him for running away with their money. It is not true I am hiding any Covid-19 relief forms meant for the party. The thing is online if you are qualified then you apply,” he stated.
“Fatawu has squandered a lot of items, including motorbikes and engine powered tricycles meant for his group, and so he should stop speaking,” he warned.
Story By: Alhassan Yakubu