Identity crises rocks NDC – Dela Coffie drops bombshell

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An activist of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Dela Coffie has dropped a bombshell about identity crises in the largest opposition party.

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He observes that that whereas
the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) is
increasingly shifting towards mass appeal, the NDC has enmeshed itself in the
crises which is likely to affect its fortunes in 2020.

A fierce critic of former President John Dramani Mahama likens
what is going on in his party, to one walking in a political mine field “but
we’re being told it is all about picking flowers in a garden”

“It is exactly 417 days until December 7, 2020, and I’ve observed that the political culture of the NPP is increasingly shifting towards mass appeal, whiles the NDC is enmeshed in identity crisis”, he revealed in a Facebook post sighted by MyNewsGh.com.

His latest comments come a few months after a similar one in May this year where he was reported to have said the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) is gradually becoming attractive to Ghanaians unlike when his party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was in power.

He
professed his for the strategy of the National Organiser of the NPP, Sammi
Awuku for deploying strategies to tackle party organisation ahead of election
2020.

According
to him, unlike his colleagues in the NDC, Mr Awuku simply knows his stuff and
the political turf so much that his strategies are beginning to make the NPP
very attractive to the Ghanaian youth.

Read
the full text of his post below;

I
greatly admire the strategy Sammi Awuku is deploying to tackle party
organisation ahead of election 2020. He seem to be doing something right with
his local and international empowerment/capacity building workshops for his
regional organisers and party executives.

The guy
simply knows his stuff and the political turf so much that his strategies are
beginning to make the NPP very attractive to the Ghanaian youth.

It is
such a shame that when the NDC had the opportunity in government, its party
structues and officers were rather weakened while entertainers like #AkuaDonkor
and some so-called celebrities got empowered through dozens of foreign trips
and whatnot.

People, election 2020 will be won by the party with the best strategies. Let’s take a step back, examine real facts, not rhetoric that is preached daily and pay attention to basic details.

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So much for throwing mud while shooting blanks….

Source:MyNewsGh.com/Stephen Zoure/2019

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