I write this piece in pain and in disappointment. I believe going into an internal elections in a party like the ruling New Patriotic Party-which is well noted as the doyen of democracy and rule of law- should have rather cemented this enviable attributes.
But, this seem not to be the case, especially, in the race to become the National Youth Organizer of our party, where the campaign between the two front runners-Henry Nana Boakye (Nana B) and Dominic Eduah, is becoming murkier as the day to the Koforidua Congress draws near.
My heart nearly missed it's beat/pulse, when I read on peacefmonline.com an article from Razak Kojo Opoku, Founder and President of CVM, which sadly paints Mr. Dominic Eduah as a fraudster.
Razak claimed the exchange programme deal for all the 275 youth organizers by Dominic when he met with leaders of Young Republican National Federation is a hoax or was a scam.
Again he disputed in his article all claims made by Mr Eduah, a something I see as a frustrated effort to foil the ambition of the aspirant.
I see my brother Razak as someone who is in a hurry to get some sort of attention for himself and not only that; he is rather exposing the camp of Nana B to cheap public ridicule than help.
To me, Mr. Eduah have nothing against Razak candidate but this gimmick which is so basic from Razak is the least thing needed in this campaign.
I am for a clean campaign. I'm for the one who clearly understands the groundwork basics of our party and I'm for NPP. Razak should use his energy to script what will unite the party, but not thunderstorms which can strike the cohesion of our party.
I rest my case.
Aide To Chairman Wontumi