Stop the ‘Nonsense’ and focus on building a formidable NDC – Journalst charges

He said, the elections are over and that, these individuals must see the bigger picture ahead even as the party prepares moving into its national executive election in days.

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A Journalist who is also a strong sympathizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Graham Kofi Baldwin, has said that, disagreements from some leaders of the party to the extent that of them are making ‘noises’ on social media must be halted immediately.

The prominent journalist, said, political disagreements cannot be resolved on social media and that, individuals who continue to display immaturity by openly fighting each other on social media must be called to order.

The media owner and manager feels that, at the moment, the NDC must be seen to be giving some hope to Ghanaians but “not these childish behavior being exhibited by people we would expect to behave themselves”.

Following the outcome of election of women and youth wing organizers of the NDC in Cape Coast, some persons have gone ‘bonkers’ and even are throwing insults at each other over choices the delegates have made.

He said, the elections are over and that, these individuals must see the bigger picture ahead even as the party prepares moving into its national executive election in days.

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Member of Parliament (MP) for the Ningo Prampram Constituency, Sam Dzata George, made a strong case on Facebook, warning the retained National Youth Organizer of the NDC, George Opare Addo, asking him to not talk about him or insult him.

For clarity sake, find bellow Sam Dzata George’s words as he wrote on his Facebook wall:

“I have watched clips of George Opare Addo making asinine and reckless comments on an Accra based radio station.

Let me serve notice to him that others he attacks may choose to be silent but not Sam George. This should be the last time he goes anywhere and runs his loose mouth on my person.

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Today, he calls me an influence peddler! I do not blame him. When in 2008, I wrote all his campaign speeches because he was not connecting with his electorates, I guess I was peddling influence? What has he achieved that I would be jealous of?

He attempted to go to Parliament and lost miserably at a time the NDC as a party was most attractive and won the 2008 elections. Is it his failure I would be envious of? When in 2015, 2016, 2019 & 2020 I went up against the establishment both within and outside our Party and WON all those elections, where were you?

After you bragged that you would win a landslide victory, we all saw the contrived small margin you won with after disenfranchising persons whose names were on the register. The results are testament that you have not done as well as you delude yourself into thinking. The illusions of grandeur you create in that insipid mind of yours are creations of your weak mind. An intelligent person would have started a proper introspection to see how your landslide became a narrow escape.

When you sent a camera crew to Parliament seeking endorsement of my Colleague MPs, were they also influence peddlers? You claim to be a democrat but are pained that others have exercised their fundamental democratic right of choice? Is everything okay with you?

And by the way, those who really fund our party, NEVER go and sit on radio and TV to run their mouths. Their wealth has made them discreet. As you brag about what you and your family have done for the NDC, be quick to add the numerous contracts the NDC has given to your family and let’s do a balancing act and see who owes who a debt of gratitude. Like our Elders say, ahwene pa nkasa.

This is my initial response and warning to you to keep my name out of your mouth. The next time, I may not be this charitable. You are warned!”

The journalist has therefore called on elders of the National Democratic Congress to wade into the current impasse within the party and resolve it.


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