- Duncan Williams is worried about the CPP, he says the party is not winning elections
- The archbishop says the CPP is his favourite political party
- The party has suffered various challenges on the top level, losing many members to the NDC and NPP
Founder of the Action Faith Chapel, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, is not happy with his favourite political party, the Convention People's Party (CPP).
The popular man of God says the party has failed to secure power since the overthrow of its founder, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.
“I said: ‘You [CPP] are losing too much, win small; at least win one time that I can celebrate’, I haven’t celebrated for many years because you don’t win elections, you know”, Archbishop Duncan-Williams said.
The comments made by Archbishop Duncan Williams brings to rest various allegations that he has a great support for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
The fate of the Convention People's Party (CPP) still remains darker especially as the party has lost most of its powerful members to the National Democratic Congress (NDC). The party has lost all elections in the country with vote counts less than two percent in most cases.
Nkrumah's ideals for the CPP has been that of social justice and government taking in charge of the distribution of wealth.
Leadership of the party on various occasions have had to resign from the party following clashes in ideology and the direction of the party.
The recent case has been with Dr. Papa Kwesi Ndoum was one of the jewels the party lost around the 2000's after serving the erstwhile Kufuor administration.
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