Problems in NDC are best solved through conflicts - Martin Amidu
The modus operandi of solving challenges in the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is conflict among others, according to one time Vice presidential candidate of the party, Martin Amidu
“Any person casually acquainted with the theories of conflict studies and research knows that”, he stated.
“When individuals or groups in conflict do not have credible facts to defend their side of disagreement or conflict issues, they resort to odious personal attacks”,
According to the former Attorney General, tactics to avoid the objective issue in conflict have been the modus operandi of the Mills/Mahama Government.
“I have raised issues concerning or relating to their unconstitutional actions or conduct particularly relating to corruption and abuse of power under these two governments and their surrogates have always sought to avoid addressing the objective and pertinent allegations”, he claims.
“Instead, both resorted to attacks on my person or the assassination of my character, honour and integrity”.
“It does not matter how many times one adduces cogent and credible facts and evidence to disprove the spurious personal attacks and character, honour and integrity assassinations against me”
“It should therefore not have come as a surprise to many that the reaction of the National Executive Committee (NEC) to my article title “NDC created the Electoral Commission Chaos that now portends a bad omen for the Congress was to unleash the National Organizer and Deputy General Secretary of the NDC not to answer the pertinent issues raised in my article but to as usual attack my person and assassinate my character, honour and integrity.