NDC boys attack Inusah Fuseini over 'crowd sourcing' comment

NDC boys attack Inusah Fuseini over 'crowd sourcing' comment

Some supporters of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have lashed out at Hon Inusah Fuseini, former Minister of Lands and Natural Resources over his recent ‘crowd renting’ comment.

According to the NDC members, the top NDC man is one of the hypocrites in their party, therefore immediate actions must be taken by the leadership of the party against.

NDC boys attack Inusah Fuseini over 'crowd sourcing' comment

Inusah Fuseini, former NDC minister

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Mr Fuseini after the party’s ‘Unity Walk’ over the weekend in Kumasi, suggested that the NDC must desist from their continue practice of ‘hiring crowds’ for its political activities.

The former NDC minister also urged the leadership of the party to stop the practice of crowdsourcing to its ‘Unity Walk’ because it does not give the NDC the true picture on the reality on ground as regarding its membership.

But some NDC members appear to have been appalled by his Mr Fusseini’s advice.

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According to supporters the former NDC MP is playing along to please the ruling NPP government since the day the party lost power, therefore he must back off since ‘crowd renting’ is part of political strategy.

They are also warning him to shut up as or face their wrath as the party is embarking on its Unity Walk from region to region.

The NDC, led by John Mahama was apparently in a comfortable lead renting crowds, when it was humiliated at the 2016 general election.

As part of its reorganization strategy, the party begun a ‘Unity Walk’ across the ten regions of the Ghana.

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