THE NDC IS THE BEDROCK OF GHANA’S CURRENT DEMOCRATIC LAURELS- Prince K Koffy
A member of the NDC communication team Prince K Koffy has cautioned his colleague NDC communicators and the NDC fraternity to be guided by the way they comment and react to the recent concerns expressed by Dr. Tony Aidoo
The young NDC communicator emphasised that the NDC unlike other parties is a congress that accommodate divergent views.
Dr. Tony Aidoo in an interview with an Accra based local radio, Asempa fm expressed concern about certain developments within government that he is not happy with.
But Prince Koffy stated assured that members of the NDC fraternity must not panic with these expressions of divergent views within the party since the NDC is a human institution made up of people from diverse backgrounds.
He went further to state that “as true democratic party, how we handle these issues goes along way to enhance our democratic credentials as a party and also contribute to deepening democracy in Ghana”
” We must not allow such occurrences to divert our attention from tha core-mandate of enhancing the living standards of Ghanaians, that is what the NDC has been voted for and Ghanaians will take no excuse if we don’t show a clear commitment to solving the many problems that confront them”.
The NDC is very different from the NPP and open to internal criticism. The NDC is the only party that members can dissent on views and still be at peace with with each other. Unlike what happened in the Dr. Arthur Kennedy, Dr. Charles Wireko-Brobbey and Kwame Npianim issues, where the leadership of the npp hurriedly disowned them and even sanctioned Dr. Wireko-Brobbey by expelling him from their party, the NDC will do no such a thing.
” It is not only screaming on top of your voice that you are apostles of rule of law and democrats that matters but your deeds and acts must speak for you”.
He stated that he believes in the leadership of the party to take steps to resolve issues to the benefit of all and Ghana as a whole
By;Mustapha A IInusah/Ghanastate.com
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