Samuel Nartey George: Disunity between Rawlings and Mills should be traced to Konadu


Samuel Nartey George says Disunity between Rawlings and Mills should be traced to Konadu

Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings shaking hands with John Evans Atta Mills and Jerry John Rawlings

A member of the Government Communication team, Samuel Nartey George, has said that the disunity between the NDC founder, Jerry John Rawlings, and President John Evans Atta Mills should be traced to former first lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings.

According to him, Mrs Rawlings rather has problems with President Mills contrary to the widely held perception of disagreement between the two party leaders.

“I can tell you confidently that Mr. Rawlings has no problems with the President [Mills],” he said. “If anybody has a problem with the President then I believe it is Mr. Rawlings’ wife and her problem is simply that she lost an election when she wanted to be the President.”

The Government Communication Team member was contributing on the subject of the rift between former President Rawlings and his protege President Mills on Citi FM’s news and current affairs program, The Big Issue.

Mr. Nartey George cautioned that anyone working against the NDC in its bid to retain power will equally suffer the consequences.

“The NDC is the only vehicle that we have and all those who say they founded it or they came and joined it or will now come and join must bear in mind that all our actions must inure to the benefit of the NDC,” he said.

“Anyone, who chooses for his or her own parochial interest wants to stand aloft and push the NDC into opposition does that to their own detriment.”

Source Citifmonline Ghana

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