Bring just one message and stop the cheap propaganda - NABCO Coordinator mocks NDC

Ambeidu Issahaku Khan Jambeidu Issahaku Khan

Sat, 8 Feb 2020 Source: a1radioonline.com

The National Democratic Congress(NDC) has been challenged to concentrate in producing just one convincing message to Ghanaians as to why they should be voted in office rather than engaging in needless propaganda.

Dean of National Coordinators of the Nation Builders Corps(NABCO), Jambeidu Issahaku Khan who threw this challenge on Daybreak Upper East on A1 Radio said, the public should resist the treacherous attempts by the NDC to destroy the country because it has no message and intention to build the country.

According to him , the commemoration of the year incident at Ayawaso West Wagoun elections violence organized by the NDC was a classical example of their penchant for negativity which be shamed and avoided.

He argues that the interest in such programs by the NDC is not to empathize affected persons but to score political points.

“I totally disagreed with anyone who says that what the NDC did was a national event. It was never a national event, the NDC took that initiative to gain public sympathy, and not commemorate with loved ones whose relatives got brutalized at the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election violence incident, at the La Bawaleshie” he stated

Mr. Jambeidu noted that the NDC wants to embark on a sympathy seeking spree hence , it’s resort to any least opportunity to make the country ungovernable.

He has however encouraged the public to support the Akuffo Addo’s led-administration realize it’s promises.

Meanwhile,Bongo Youth Organizer for the NDC, Alfred Awuni who was part of the panel discussion expressed disappointment in government for paying lip service to recommendations on the bloody by-elections orchestrated by security apparatus said to be linked to the NPP.

“what is wrong is wrong, let us always admit that. Why the NDC commemorated the one-year anniversary of the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election violence incident, at the La Bawaleshie in Accra was because the government of the day failed to act on the Committee findings. The action taking by the NPP government is wrong; it is the failure by the president to act on the reports given to him by the Committee reasoned the NDC organized such a commemoration.” He lamented

Source: a1radioonline.com
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