- A former NDC official, Alhaji Abdullah Ahmed Abdulla, has explained the reason behind his decision not to vote in the party's recent election
- According to him, he rather focused his attention on more pressing matters
- Abdulla, also known as Alhaji PMC, was recently in the news over allegations of an attempt to form a new party
A former national treasurer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Alhaji Abdullah Ahmed Abdulla, has disclosed that he refused to vote in the party’s recent election held on Saturday, February 23, 2019.
Per a report by Mynewsgh.com, he stated that he decided to focus his time on things that mattered to him.
According to him, he decided to spend the day servicing his machines, which had been abandoned at a construction site for about five years.
Abdulla, also known as Alhaji PMC, went on to say that, he also needed to pay security officers to protect his machines.
He further revealed that he took into consideration the fact that to vote, he would have fuelled his car and driven to Banda, the town in which he is a registered voter.
“I needed to go service those machines that have not been working for more than five years. I see that as more important to my wellbeing than the going to vote at an NDC election to choose a flagbearer”, he disclosed on Kumasi-based Otec FM.
Alhaji PMC recently announced his retirement from active politics, indicating he will no longer be seen in the political front as he used to.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that he made the decision because of a growing spate of lies in the NDC.
He argued that the conduct of some new entrants into the party could destroy it if the leaders fail to act.
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