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There is a bigger disgrace awaiting NDC in 2020 because of the obsession for Mahama-Namoale Featured

Written by  Nov 10, 2017
Former National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for the La Dadekotopon constituency, Nii Amasah Namoale, has predicted that there is a bigger disgrace awaiting the party in 2020. He believes they will suffer another humiliating defeat should the party fail to unite its front towards the victory they are yearning for. The disturbed former legislator told Rainbow Radio’s Kwame Tutu that, some party officials are organizing people to boo at some individuals and as NDC member; I do not want these things to happen, he said. He also bemoaned the provocative attitude of supporters of former President John Dramani Mahama. The NDC he indicated  lost the elections due to apathy. He said, it seems the supporters of Mr. Mahama are doing things to provoke people. We didn’t lose 2016 elections. It was the apathy of NDC people that made us lose because the NPP got the same votes in 2014. Thirty thousand (30,000) didn’t vote at Ketu South, 20, 000 didn’t vote at La Dadekotopon, 20,000 didn’t at Ledzekuku, 22,000 didn’t vote at Odododiodoo, 18,000 didn’t at Osu Klottey. We need to bring all these people onboard. That is my worry as a member of the NDC but doing things; endorsing people.’’ Nii Amasah Noamole said from the way people are endorsing Mahama, if he wins the primaries and others start saying he did not win it fairly and they became angry, are we [NDC] going to win 2020? ‘’There is a bigger disgrace waiting for us. That is my worry. What I am saying is that, I want the NDC to win 2020 even with Mahama, if is the one that is chosen…So I will appeal to those who are so obsessed with Mr. Mahama; you are not wrong if you are his campaign manager, you are not wrong if you are the number one supporter but your behaviour; when someone says he is not for Mr. Mahama,’’ you should not attack them.    
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