- Former President Rawlings celebrated the 38th anniversary of the June 4 revolution on Sunday
- The CPP member lambasted Rawlings for his role in the problems currently facing the country
- He states anyone joining the celebration of the June 4 anniversary insults their principles
James Kwabena Bomfeh, a leading member of the Convention People's Party has accused Former President Rawlings of being responsible for the challenges Ghana faces, since his involvement in the June 4 revolution 38 years ago.
The CPP member popularly known as Kabila stated the former president's hand in many coup d'etats places him on no moral ground to celebrate the June 4 revolution.
According to a Peace FM report, Kabila opined that any Ghanaian that willingly joined the former president to observe the anniversary of the revolution, had gone against their principles and were hypocrites.
He further criticized Former President Rawlings for excluding himself from the consequences emerging from the revolution, when he included an indemnity clause in the 1992 constitution.
"The 1992 constitution was specifically made to suit one man. And all the Presidents that have come haven’t had the courage to change it because it does appear that when they get to power, they seem to enjoy it. So, we have a constitutional dictatorship under this fourth Republican constitution," Kabila stated.
Meanwhile, the Central Regional Chairman of the NDC, Allotey Jacobs has said the complete overhaul of the NDC's leadership that Former President Rawlings demands will not be possible.
The NDC chairman stated the party had outgrown its founder, with different sides and opinions on the direction the party should take.
Allotey Jacobs believes the current dynamic in the NDC is far beyond the founder's power, and they have moved past the time where Rawlings' word was law.
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