-A member of NPP’s communication team has advised former President Rawlings to neglect NDC
-The communications team member implored the former statesman to focus on helping build the political ambitions of his wife
-Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings is the founder of opposition party NDP
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A Communications Team member of ruling New Patriotic Party, Yazeed Adam has admonished former president Jerry John Rawlings to leave the NDC to its fate and help foster the political ambitions of his wife and founder of the National Democratic Party.
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The Brong Ahafo member of NPP indicated that even though ex-president Rawlings was doing everything to foster unity in the NDC and return the party to the highest pedestal, some ‘babies with sharp teeth’ were doing everything in their power to block his redemption efforts.
Yazeed Adam added that even though it is clear former president Rawlings is the founder of the party, many people have ‘risen’ against that assertion and are in the habit of ‘vilifying’ the former Head of State.
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The NPP communications member therefore called on the former president to concentrate on helping his wife achieve her hopes of one day leading the country as president. He said that Rawlings’ political prowess was going to boost the chances of Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings in politics.
Yazeed Adam added that the party hierarchy of NDC were stifling the efforts of Rawlings to take back the party so the best thing the former president could do is to abandon the party for good.
He added that the infighting in the party due to the factions that have been created was going to hinder the work of the former president.
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NDP was formed after wife of ex-president Rawlings broke away from the mother party to pursue her own political and presidential ambitions.
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