Opinion: How I bitterly wept for NDC when Mahama lost elections

Opinion: How I bitterly wept for NDC when Mahama lost elections

Following the large defeat of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and President Mahama, there has been expressions of frustrations by die-hard NDC fans. This publication by Selorm Tali explores the election in general as the writers weeps over Mahama's loss.

AN HONEST NDC SYMPATHIZER AND MY HONEST WAILING AS NDC LOST.

Opinion: How I bitterly wept for NDC when it lost elections

My Mood right now is like listening to the 1979 coup on radio, in the corner of my room and hearing the crowd through my windows murmuring “let the blood flow” amidst joyous screams across the streets. Nothing terrifies me like the honking of any car in celebration for “a change” with red flags flying.

I strongly believe Hannah Tetteh, Baba Jamal, Felix Kwakye OFosu et al are exactly feeling like I feel.

Opinion: How I bitterly wept for NDC when it lost elections

It feels like some demons have just been cast out from us and we are now seeing things clearer as humans. NDC has a big ego to drop and gross apology to offer Ghanaians.

We weren’t that bad but “power” over “opposition pressure“, stampeded us into arrogance. We thought we were shutting up a power drunk opposition but we were only shielding the masses away from us.

We lost track to tell Ghanaians the future plans we have for them, after delivering gargantuan infrastructural projects. We should have told them, we built the infrastructure to make way for “One District – Three Factories“(To be honest one Komenda sugar factory euquals 3 seperate factories Nana is coming to build) and to tell the youth, we are coming to make them get money to buy cars to drive on the good roads we built and that’s why we built the roads. We should have screamed on Woyome to bring the GhC51m, so we share it as motivational capsules to the Nursing & Teacher trainees.

All these are our intentions though, we just couldn’t communicate it, with the power of beer bottles on our eyes. That’s why we slipped and fell in the gutters, with vomit over us, as though as drunks.

First of all, Father forgive us!

But Please! Please!! Please!!! my other NDC sympathizers let’s stop wailing privately and come together to cry in solidarity. This is because I was crying alone and I heard someone blow a vuvuzela and shouted “onaapo“, frantically my heart almost plunged out. I believe My President JDM, might be feeling as I feel and we really need to come out, hold each other’s hand to wail together and pour all the tears on hearts out before 7th January.

Else the June 3rd flood of tears we are habouring in our hearts, will only render “Opana” heavy and weak, that he will have to send Amissah Athur to come and do the handing over. He de3, faithful servant, always beautifully ready for the errands, so he doesn’t mind, he had 170 questions homework but still walked around hi-5ing everybody happily.

Charley Guys, e chill. My heart !!! We will help you guys to keep Nana in check to offer all he promised for a better Ghana. Kindly join us in opposition to do that for Mother Ghana. God Bless!!!

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