Some Reasons Why President Akufo-Addo’s Support In The NPP Has Decimated

Some Reasons Why President Akufo-Addo’s Support In The NPP Has Decimated



Party officials in Discrits, Regions and constituencies, by virtue of their positions, cannot refuse attending gatherings organised by the Party, and officiated by President Akufo-Addo.

Unthinking and easily flattered Akufo-Addo sees the paid hirelings from various parts of constituencies who attended such functions under the pretext of being loyalists, oblivious to the fact that he’s only given lip-service, but not with any inner heart-felt support. Their mission has primarily been to get paid for attending. NPP followers have been neglected, whiles NDC members and supporters occupy appointee positions.

After the programmed event, the President becomes a laughing stock, and this includes the NPP’s wards, constituencies, Districts and Regional executives who bait attendants with cash payment to attend. They accept to attend such gatherings not on the basis of their loyalty, but by reason of an increasingly
Immiseration because they have no jobs that will provide them with any income.
NDC’s John Mahama does the same propaganda with hirelings.

The NPP, created from the United Party Tradition has an impregnable and infrangible image that is solidly a one United Party, and remains solidly united, but the conduct and neglect of Party faithful by Akufo-Addo has caused a huge disaffection towards Akufo-Addo, but not against the Party.

Every NPP member, sympathiser, and most Ghanaians who had some great expectations from an Akufo-Addo governance performance have bitterly regretted having voted for him to be President of Ghana.

According to the ancient philosopher Aristotle, in his treaties to King Alexander of Greece, he advises thst politics is not for rookies. In any worthy and reputable profession, prospective entrants undergo pupilage for the required standard of training and experience.

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Typical cases that have caused disaffection in the NPP include Akufo-Addo and his appointees flirting with the NDC.
Abu Jinapor, who was Akufo-Addo’s spokesperson, whiles his paternal brother, John Jinapor was President John Mahama’s spokesman. Though this is not strange, because even didymous brothers or sisters would individually choose to associate with any group that each of them fancies, however, secrecy can be compromised.
Eventually, Abu Jinapor left his services under Akufo-Addo.

There’s similarly a Prof. Zachary who contested for the Bole-Bamboi parliamentary primaries for the 2016 primaries, but lost. He was offered a job as Head of Ghana ambulances services under John Mahama’s administration.
Prof. Zachary is still at post, whiles out of his ethnic background as a Gonja, Abu Jinapor is blocking every effort to replace him.
So much rubble have gone under the bridge involving Abu Jinapor as Akufo-Addo appointed Deputy Chief of Staff, to the NDC where his brother John Jinapor belongs.

It shouldn’t surprise Ghanaians to know from us that before John Dramani Mahama left office as President of Ghana, he selectively pardoned all Gonjas at Nsawam prison, irrespective of the offence any of them had committed.

We live in a country where our successive elected Presidents, John Mahama, and Akufo-Addo overtly exhibit nepotism, favouritism, cronyism, sectionalism, and ethnicity.

Whereas John Mahama doesn’t make any mention of fighting corruption, Akufo-Addo would make such a pronouncement, yet he doesn’t mean it.
Both of them have taken Ghanaians for granted by brainwashing their followers of their various political parties.

There are indeed many reasons why we find none of them competent and committed enough to lead Ghana into development and prosperity.
A new leader is certainly a must, and this can only be provided by the NPP, as the NDC have already committed themselves by appointing a self-confessed thief and governance butcher.

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The Secretariat of the 1956 United Party Tradition Committee




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