NDC Heading For Opposition NDC Chairman

The Takoradi National Democratic Congress (NDC) Constituency Chairman, Eliasu Abdulrahman has expressed that the actions of some current government appointees in the Western Region is a source of worry to party members.

According to him, most of them openly display acts of arrogance when speaking in public or at party engagements.

This attitude, he explained is courting problems for the party since most residents particularly party faithful openly express displeasure to the NDC and have vowed not to involve themselves in any outward campaign programs.

He noted that “gradually the NDC party is going down and this downward spiral is the express work of some government appointees who are only interested in lining their pockets with the monies they received from some contractors or dubious deals.”

Mr. Abdulrahman noted that eh earlier some of the appointees are removed from office the better for the NDC to work and to ensure they stayed in power till 2020.

A former student leader at the Akroferri College of Education, Linus Njonolah is also urging President John Mahama to sack appointees in his administration who by their attitude are sabotaging the government.

The youth leader stressed that many of the appointees are either awarding contracts to their cronies and family relations or engaged in acts that openly portray opulence and ostentatious living.

He revealed that some Metropolitan Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCE’s) by their actions and performance are giving the National Democratic Congress (NDC) a bad name.

In an interview with the Ghanaian Observer Newspaper over the weekend, Mr. Njonolah called on the president to act swiftly to save the party from losing the upcoming elections.

“I am appealing to President John Dramani Mahama to save us from going to opposition since some of his appointees are acting contrary to what they could have done to make the party attractive to the public,” Mr. Njonolah noted.

He stated that “while the president is working so hard to fulfill the government’s promise and projects to the people, strangely some of the governments appointees are busily engaged in acts that smack of insensitivity.”