Fear grips NDC

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Perhaps out of fear,  the opposition National Democrat Congress (NDC) is unable to decorate the towns, areas or routes leading to venues where they hold their delegates conference centres.

GhanaNewsOnline.com.gh has gathered that no better decoration was done on the routes to the event centre at the just ended Youth and Women’s wings conference held at Gomoa-Fette in the Central Region.

This portal further gathered that lots of delegates and media people lost their way to the event centre; and also struggled to find their way back to the Pentecost Conference Centre.

Also, in the last Greater Accra Regional (GAR) NDC degates’ conference held at the University of Ghana, Legon, the election Committee only decorated the Central Cafeteria where the conference took place with party colours.

The roads or routes leading to the event center were not decorated in NDC colours to show the way and send signals that the NDC is still vibrant and strong on the grounds as it goes to elect party officers for a four year term.

Some disappointed delegates who spoke with this portal recounted that the Cadres under Jerry John Rawlings used to spread NDC meniature flags all the way to the party event centres such as the delegates conferences.

They added that this NDC colour decorations ignites the NDC party spirits in people and also shakes and makes the opposition parties to tremble “but now all the Cadres who do these are relegated and nobody is prepared to learn from them”, they noted.

One of the GAR election Committee members told this portal that decorating the routes leading to the centre like it used be, with the party colours is a waste of time and resources.

Source: Elikplim K. Awuyeh

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