- One of the pressure groups of the NDC claims the party is facing a financial crisis
- This group - Action Movement - alleges that the NDC is defaulting in the payment of utility bills
The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is currently facing severe financial challenges, the type that has crippled its ability to even pay for its water and electricity bills.
This is according to one of the party's pressure group, Action Movement, which claims that the leaders of the party are running down the political fortunes of it ahead of the 2020 elections.
According to the spokesperson of the group, Kufo Homenya, the situation has gone so bad that the former president, John Mahama, was even forced to pay for all of the party's events during its 25th anniversary durbar at Ashiaman.
In an interview with Rainbow Radio, Homenya called on all potential leaders of the party not to follow in the steps of their predecessors.
" We are saying it so that when new people are on board, they won’t do things the same way, or when old people take up the same position, they will do things in a different manner,’’ he argued.
Developments in the rank and file of the NDC keep getting tense as prominent faces of the party continue to condemn the founder of the party, Jerry Rawlings for causing their defeat in the 2016 elections.
The latest has been the former national chairman of the party - Obed Asamoah - who claims that the in-house fighting of the NDC started when Jerry Rawlings forced Atta Mills on them as presidential candidate for the 2000 elections.
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