The NDC? footsoldiers?? in?? the Akwapim? South? District? Assembly? in the Eastern? Region? are? on the? heels? of?? the? District Chief? Executive?? Hon. Afari? Djan? for what? they? described as neglect? after winning the general elections.

wpid-wpid-john-mahama7.jpgThe footsoldies?? are accusing?? the DCE? Hon. Afari? Djan? of refusing?? to recruit them in government?s employment? programmes such the Ghana Youth??? Employment? And? Entrepreneurial? Development? Agency? GYEEDA among others.

They? are? also accusing? the DCE? of neglecting? his job?? to campaign? for? his? intended? MP? candidature? come? December? 2016.

They?? described the?? DCE?? as ?NPP member? because Akwapim South was strongly against his?? appointment.

According to them?? since he assumed office, there is no unity in the party, and even refused to pay workers at the party office leading to its closure.

The party footsoldiers also hinted that the DCE always claims he uses ?his own money to finance party activities, which they considered as false.

?What we know is that he? has set his? own team to? contest against? the current? NDC executives?? in? the? area, bringing one NPP member? Ebenezer? Okyere? also? to? contest? against? the? NDC Chairman? in the area? Hon. Razak.? When this? issue?? came across? the? council? of elders? they? told him? to go and drop Ebenezer? Okyere?s posters? because? it? against? the party? rules,? a footsoldier said.

They? lamented that during? 2012 general? election, the DCE?? stated? that? he was praying? for the NDC to win only the presidential?? not the parliamentary election, ?so that he can get? the? nod? to? become the DCE.

?Because of his attitude we lost the parliamentary election in the area,? they said.

A visit to the area during the celebration of late President Mills? one year anniversary revealed that not even a single chief and party executives were present.

Many people considered the celebration in the area as a ?mess.?

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