NDC full of sycophants & cowards


Michael Teye Nyaunu

Michael Teye Nyaunu
Michael Teye Nyaunu

An outspoken NDC MP, Michael Teye Nyaunu, has challenged party members and voters in general to vote against parliamentary and presidential candidates including the President, who they believe are unfit to run on their party’s ticket.

Speaking in an interview with Citi News, Hon. Nyaunu called the current crop of regional ministers hypocrites and cowards for embarking on what he described as a late move to reconcile former President J.J Rawlings and sitting President John Evans Atta Mills.

Hon Nyaunu, who told Citi News he has finally decided to run for Parliament this year on an independent ticket, said: “There are too many hypocrites, sycophants and cowards in the NDC. Where were they all along? Does it mean that they have finished satisfying their selfish motives?… I’m wondering why people can’t talk.”

He added: “They are not able to tell the President ‘as for this that you are saying is not correct.’ Let us try and rise above parochial interest. Presidents come and go and Ghana will still be there and if we all sit down and say because he is my President I can’t talk and he comes to misgovern and we go into a ditch what do we say?

“Is about time Ghanaians begin to vote for candidates based on their capacity and integrity and not on party lines. We have to live above those parochial, naive positions.”

“A lot of people who don’t have the capacity come under political organisations and when they get the votes they do not do anything… If my party decides to put a goat down and puts NDC around its neck, should I vote for that goat? That is why God has given us independent head and faculty to think and live with those consequences of our actions and inactions.

“People should do the right things in the interest of mother Ghana,” the legislator pointed out.

Source: citifmonline

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