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The People’s Unification Party’s Acting National Vice chair for operations, Joshua Better has warned Steve Kennedy, a member of the party against his recent self-proclamations, as Acting National Secretary General of the party.

Steve Kennedy has in recent time branded himself as PUP’s Acting National secretary General, a declaration that has been debunked strongly by some senior members of the party.
Speaking recently to NewDawn Bong County Correspondent, Mr. Joshua Better said Steve Kennedy’s actions have the penchant to bring the party to public ill repute.

Better further described the alleged impersonation carried out by Steve Kennedy as a dangerous undertaking that might leave the party with no other alternative but to seek legal actions against him.

For his part, the embattled Secretary General thrashed Mr. Betters’ assertions and termed it as politically motivated.Steve Kennedy said he remains the party’s legitimate Acting National Secretary General, and anyone thinking of removing him should rethink.

But when contacted, PUP’s National Secretary General and Acting Chairman Moses Quehai described Steve Kennedy as an impersonator and further warned him from making public statements for the party.

Mr. Quehai asserted that the People’s Unification is a duly registered political institution by the Republic and any attempt by would-be political infiltrators to deface the party will face the full weight of the law.

Our Bong County Correspondent says Mr. Better is the Chief of Office Staff in the offices of Deputy Speaker Prince KermueMoye while Mr. Kennedy is a strong supporter of Bong County Senator Henry Willie Yallah.From all indications, Hon. Moye might likely contest against sitting Senator Henry Willie Yallah in this year’s election.

The supporters of the two Lawmakers are trying to gain some level of relevance from some local members of the party ahead of the elections.
By: Joseph Titus Yekeryan in Bong County

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