- Asiedu Nketiah says he sees no sense in calls for a change in leadership
- The general secretary says NDC will decide on its leaders during upcoming congress
General secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Asiedu Nketiah, has fought back at critics who are calling for the entire leadership of the party to change.
Asiedu Nketia in an interview with Joy FM reveals that a change in leadership can only be felt should card-holding members of the party elect a new set of leadership in upcoming congress.
The argument by the general secretary follows calls by the former president, Jerry Rawlings, for the entire leadership of the opposition party to change.
Rawlings before and after the elections has argued that the failure of the party to win power in the 2016 election was due to the failure of the leadership to tackle issues of corruption and the abuse of incumbency.
It could be deduced from the assertion of "General Mosquito" that the NDC might be considering former president Mahama once again ahead of the 2020 general elections although he has not publicly stated his intentions yet since losing the elections.
Meanwhile, names of some bigwigs of the party including Joshua Alabi and Haruna Iddrisu has popped up as the potential faces that could drive the agenda of the NDC in the next general elections.
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