-A top NDC member has accused some leaders and appointees in the erstwhile Mahama administration of cowardice
-He claimed that they had gone into hiding after the 2016 defeat of the party
-He revealed that just a few members of the party were active in opposition
National Democratic Party stalwart, Alhaji Mohammed Sani has expressed his disappointment in some rank and file of the party for going into “hiding” after the defeat of the party in the 2016 elections.
The staunch party member expressed his dissatisfaction pertaining to the attitude of some top party members in the wake of the change of government.
The former Ashanti Regional vice chairman of the party bemoaned how some party bigwigs including Ade Coker, the Greater Accra Regional Chairman have gone into hibernation post the 2016 elections.
He however said he, along with a few others were not part of those who had gone into hiding and indicated that those who are refusing to show their faces as the party is now in opposition are not the only ones who were worst hit by the results of the 2016 elections. He added that to even grant radio interviews was difficult for some party members who hitherto the party’s defeat where found everywhere.
He admonished all the party leaders and appointees who once served in the Mahama-led administration to stop being cowards and rally behind the party. He added that it was only normal for the party faithful to blame them for the defeat in the 2016 elections.
He said all those grumbling in their hideouts had to come out and take responsibility for the defeat. He sent a rallying call to all party members to come together to purge the party for the next elections.
He was hopeful that the NDC was going to come back better and stronger if everything goes according to plan in anticipation for the 2020 General Elections.
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