NPP Should Stop: Nyaho Tamaklo trabalistic Now

Mon, 12 Oct 2009 Source: Amankwah, Nana Kofi

If this so called Nayho Nyaho Tamakloe thinks he has the hegemonic power within the NPP organization he should have used it during the 2008 general election to solicit votes for the NPP in his Volta Region. This impudent thinks he can go to any radio station and talk all the nonsense he wants about Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng and get off scott free; If that is the way he think then he is in bad business.

My fellow countrymen this so-called Tamakloe has exhibited his trabalistic tendencies against the Ashanti’s within the UP/PFP/NPP tradition, since he thinks that we don’t know how he talks and thinks about the Ashanti’s. It is stupid on his part to comment on 1979 ethnic politics, which his supporter Akufo Addo and his greedy Uncle William Ofori Attah played against Victor Owusu. For him to turn around to say that the party did not produce a quality candidate and that was the reason why they lost the 1979 general elections shows his true trabalistic nature against the Ashanti’s. Common sense is common. That is why we called it common sense. However, it is not common to many people like Nyaho. If this Tamakloe had common sense and thought well as a normal person, he would speak the truth that the UP tradition lost the election to the People’s National Party (PNP) due to his Akufo Addo and his uncle ofori Attah’s greed and their motives of power consciousness. That is the reason why the party lost the election. Instead of him speaking the truth you are now blaming Victor Owusu.

You can never compare your Akufo Addo to Victor Owusu ever in the miserable life that you are in now. I can assure you that the last thing you can do in your life is to use your stinking tribal sentiment against any of our peers. He should not have talked this nonsense about Alan because Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng will pull crowds in numbers in Brong Ahafo, Central and Ashanti region at any given election day in Ghana for NPP. You Akufo Addo cannot produce one forth of that. This is what Alan can do. As a result of Alan’s productivity; I have just one thing to say to you why can’t you go to the Volta region and convince your people to vote for the NPP? Think before you talk.

For You Nyaho Tamakloe and your cronies like I.C. Quaeh, Yaw Osafo Maafo’, Jake Obetessbi Lampty and many others who have started your dirty Campaign against Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng; that he is too young to run so he should stop running against your 70 –year-old pensioner who has no vision for the nation, and who has shown himself to be arrogant, pompous and selfish. My advice to you and your Akufo Addo is that he needs to retire with you guys because in our modern politics around the globe no country will ever elect a 70-year-old man to lead an organization let alone a nation. The younger generations are now leaders in major country’s around the world not their 70- year- old men. The French, American, Japanese and Chinese presidents are all from the new generation, not old crooks like yourself and your OSafo Maafo, I.C Quaeh and Jack Obetsbi- Lamptey. I’m even wondering why Yaw Osafo Maafo is still walking around talking nonsense. The NDC administration should arrest him for the dubious connection he made at the Ministry of Finance and Sports. These crooks wanted their Akufo Addo to come to power so that they can dupe the nation for their grandchildren before they die. The nation wants a young leader who has a longer lifespan so that the nation can hold him responsible if he does not govern well. We must choose the right candidate who has the wisdom, experience in management and economic Knowledge to lead the country. It is incumbent on us to get rid of the corruption and trabalistic people like Nyaho Tamakloe and his followers. The realization of these hopeful aspirations can be achieved with only John Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng; let’s bond together to put this man and his vision at the helm of our country.

God Bless Ghana, and all UP tradition members.

From: Nana Kofi Amankwah (New York)

Columnist: Amankwah, Nana Kofi