There’s A Bad Spirit In NDC That Nullifies The Good Intentions Of Anyone Who Joins The Party

November 20, 2013 3:25 PM

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Former National Youth Organiser of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), James Kwabena Bomfeh Jnr., popularly called Kabila, has called on Ghanaians to show the Mahama-led government the exit in the next general elections.

According to him, Ghanaians failed to vote based on the performance of a government, a reason why the NDC government is in power.

Making his submissions on Oman FM's political analysis programme, Kabila averred that President Mahama has failed to honour his oath of Presidency and as a result blatantly disrespected the constitution.

He wondered why President Mahama, upon all his experiences in government, would downplay the provisions in the constitution.

“You have been a Member of Parliament, Mr. President. You have been a Minister of State; Deputy Minister. You’ve been a Vice President and now, a President. You’ve sworn an oath to uphold this constitution…He’s disrespecting our constitution,” he said.

To him, there seems to be a "spirit" dwelling in the ruling National Democratic Congress which corrupts even the good people within the party.

“We don’t cast our votes based on performance. If we vote based on performance, Ghanaians would not have voted for this government. If we vote based on performance, so many people would not be in Parliament…So, we must learn rather what it is to show the exit to these people in government through the ballot box...

“There’s a spirit in that party that even if you’re a good person with a good motive, as soon as you become part of it; you forget it. It’s a cult that was visited on Ghana from 31st December, 1981 unfortunately,” Kabila surmised.


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