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NPP trolled after misspelling of 'headquarters' on party lectern


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The New Patriotic Party has been subjected to trolling on social media after a spelling mistake was spotted on a lectern the party used for an April 4 press conference.


National Chairman Stephen Ntim used a lectern with the party’s logo during his press conference at the Alisa Hotel in Accra as the NPP responded to the True State of the Nation address of the main opposition National Democratic Congress.


In photos circulating on social media, it was pointed out that “headquarters” as inscribed on the logo missed the first letter “r” hence the wrongly written variant “headquarters.”


A tweep by the name of Receipts Guy was among the first to notice and point out the same on social media. He wrote: Ghana's ruling party can't spell "Headquarters" accompanied by a photo of the chairman behind the lectern.


A number of commenters are mocking the party over its claim that it has the men whiles others they are claiming that the mistake must be the handiwork of two regional chairmen of the NPP.


The names of Bono Regional Chairman, Kwame Baffoe Abronye and Bernard Antwi Boasiako Chairman Wontumi) has been peddled in jest.

source: Ghanaweb.com