It has therefore called for thorough police investigations by to expose the lies and dishonesty of those behind it.
This was contained in a press statement issued and jointly signed by the acting Constituency Chairman, Mr. Samuel Oduro Frimpong and the Communications Officer, Mr. Alexander Owusu.
“The facts are inconsistent with the kidnap tale, we are being told and the accusations made against two officers of our party.”
The statement added that “it is part of an evil political plot by people known to be doing everything to replace the sitting Member of Parliament (MP), Mr. Kwabena Owusu Aduomi, with Mr. John Kumah, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP).
“Why would anybody want to abduct Mr. Osei Kwaku, what is the motivation and for what purpose – we simply do not get it”.
It gave details about what actually happened and said the man playing victim, had rather assaulted and seized a party’s register compiled by one of its agents from him and this was brought to the notice of the Research Officer and the Deputy Organizer, who happens to be a junior brother of the MP.
The pair’s immediate response was to approach Osei Kwaku to ask for the return of the document.
He told them that it had been sent to Onwe, the hometown of his preferred candidate for the MP position, and offered to lead them to the place to retrieve same.
The statement said it turned out to be a wild goose chase and realizing that he was not ready to give back the register to them, the two left, and this took place in broad day light.
“Suddenly, it was all over the place that Osei Kwaku, has been kidnapped and Ejisu came under virtual siege.”
“We do not have anything against anybody contesting for any political office they qualify to hold but we have everything against mischief, bad political conduct, anything toxic, tasteless and not noble.”
It asked that those seeking for elective positions demonstrated high level of honesty and moved away from childish pranks that tended to create needless tension and distraction in the party.