‘Stop attacks on Mahama’

Nana Adwoa Takyiwaa

Nana Adwoa Takyiwaa

A former Brong-Ahafo Regional Women Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Nana Adwoa Takyiwaa II, has challenged persons seeking to lead the party as its flagbearer to focus on their campaigns devoid of attacks.

According to her, it is within the democratic rights of such persons to contest former President John Dramani Mahama who has officially declared his intention to lead the umbrella family into the 2020 elections.

Nana Takyiwaa express worry about a barrage of attacks targeted at the former president by some flagbearer aspirants aimed at running him down when they were supposed to be telling delegates about their vision for the party and country and why they should be voted for.

“No one has asked you not to contest former President John Dramani Mahama, go ahead and contest him as flagbearer but do not attack him because he is not your target, such acts do not augur well for party unity and cohesion.

“Former President Mahama stands tall, is the only solution to the current economic crises that has bedeviled the country but his contenders must be civil and polite in their campaigns devoid of attacks on his person since that is below the belt.

“The former president might need the services of his contenders in one way or the other should he win the 2020 polls but their respective utterances might turn out to be haunting them.

“They should take a clue from President Nana Akufo-Addo and Alan Kyeremanteng, their persistent attacks on his personality are rather giving the NPP ammunition to attack him.

“At the end of the primaries, the NDC as a party will emerge victorious to become a formidable force to reckon with in order to win back power at the 2020 polls devoid of bickering and internal squabble that has the potential of disintegrating the party,” Nana Takyiwaa cautioned. –mynewsgh.com

 

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