Friday, 27 January 2012

THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS MUST SACRIFICE PRESIDENT MILLS & VICE PRESIDENT MAHAMA NOW - FOR VICTORY IN THE DECEMBER PRESIDENTIAL POLL!

There is no question that President John Atta Mills is fundamentally a good and decent gentleman - as is his vice-president, John Mahama. However, he is in charge of a nation-state, not a Christian fellowship. Ghana needs a strong and dynamic leader, not a platitudinous fatherly figure - held to ransom by ruthless and rapacious crooks.

The fact of the matter, is that in allowing crooks in his party, to hijack the government of our nation for their own ends, he has let Mother Ghana down terribly. That is why he and his vice president must step down - and do so quickly.

The trouble about the present hard-of-hearing National Democratic Congress (NDC) regime, is that instead of being proactive, it rather reacts to the agenda set by its political opponents, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) - now running rings around it in the relentless propaganda war the NPP is waging to enable it return to power again.

The NDC must not wait till it is far too late to ask President Mills to step aside - when it will not make the slightest bit of difference, to the landslide victory that its opponents will win, if President Mills stands in the presidential elections.

The best present President Mills can give his party, the NDC, is to step aside now - not tomorrow or the day after that. Both President Mills and Vice President John Mahama must be sacrificed by their party, as soon as practicable - and be replaced by a President Martin Amidu and Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings as his vice-president.

That is what must be done, if the NDC is to retain power in the December presidential poll. Consequently, and unpleasant though it might be, the NDC ought do what has to be done, and, quickly, in order to stop the perfidious Kufuor & Co.'s NPP, from returning to power again in January 2013 - to resume asset-stripping our nation, yet further, to increase their personal net worth: from where they left off, in January 2009. A word to the wise...

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