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    “Kwesi Pratt recounts driving Adu Boahen for Danquah-Busia club inauguration amid ‘NPP links’ claim

    Veteran journalist Kwesi Pratt has revealed his connections to the political club that played a role in the formation of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Ghana.

    Pratt shared that he was present decades ago when the first Danquah Busia Club, which eventually evolved into the NPP, was inaugurated.

    Pratt mentioned that he was present at the inauguration of the first Danquah-Busia Club, which took place at KO Methodist Park. He also mentioned individuals who were present at the time, including the late Rev. Asante Antwi and the late Victor Owusu, as well as others who were relatively unknown at the time, such as Akoto Ampaw, who later became Akufo-Addo’s lawyer.

    He also mentioned another inauguration event that took place in Koforidua, led by Prof. Adu Boahen, and stated that people were motivated to work for the party out of a sense of love and dedication, especially during challenging times in Ghana’s political landscape.

    Pratt’s account sheds light on the historical roots of the NPP and its evolution from the Danquah Busia Club to the established political party that it is today.

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