Tuesday, August 11, 2009
NDC Propagandists Dump Party
THE RULING National Democratic Congress (NDC) is fast losing grasp of its communication crew in the northern region following a u-turn by some members of the team who represent the party during talk shows at the various local radio stations.
Intelligence reports this paper gathered revealed that the crew has been disappointed by the party's hierarchy over its inability to honour its promise of offering them appointments after helping them to grab power.
The communication crew's reluctance stems from the fact that despite the inability of the party to fulfill its part of the deal, no explanation had been advanced to them, making them feel cheated.
The situation has given the NPP and other parties the urge over the ruling party which sometimes lack representation during political talk shows on local radio stations in the city.
Mahama Sayibu, a regular radio panelist who until now was seen as a supporter of the party and spoke in its favour on local radio stations, seems to be moving to a different direction.
He has in recent times taken an entrenched position, made a u-turn and lashing at the Mills administration, to the shock of the NDC party kingpins in the region.
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