By Jerry Akornor 

Former President John Mahama has attributed Akufo-Addo-Led government’s agenda to totally focus on a rather minor NDC matters in recent times is a deliberate propaganda attempt to shift attention of Ghanaians from burning issues facing the masses including dumsor. 

In his view, the inordinate penchant of the governing party to “see the opposition NDC tear apart at all cost will not see the light of day”. 

In recent times, whilst the NDC was holding retreat to discuss fallouts from 2020 polls at HO in the Volta Region, the party’s cadres purported to be allies of late President Jerry John Rawlings were also holding separate meetings. This meeting of cadres attended by Former Attorney General and Minister of Justice Benjamin Kunbuour, Dan Agbodakpui, Goosie Tano and many others was described by the NPP as obvious cracks and internal wrangling deeply rooted in the opposition party. 

But in a sharp rebuttal, Mahama insists there is no such strong disagreement breeding disunity in the party. Mahama noted that “the NPP government actually want the NDC is broken beyond repairs but it will not happen. Cadress are members of the party. Let criticize in a manner that does not offend anybody” 

According to the H.E Mahama, disturbing problems such power outages, water shortages and economic hardships are obviously pointing to the monumental failure of NPP government forcing them to employ all means to divert attention. 

Speaking at NDC Professional Forum in Accra on Thursday 29 April 2021, H.E John Mamaha said “NPP is struggling to divert attention with minor NDC issues because power outages, imposition taxes, failed galamsey fight, Free SHS challenges, Covid-19 problems and economic hardships are obvious case of failure of the Akufo-Addo-led government”

H.E Mahama has also revealed that: “Every regional branch of our party has submitted report on what they did well or wrong during 2020 polls for the way forward…so there is no problem. Let offer constructive criticisms devoid of offence of other party members”.

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