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Monday, August 24, 2009

Rawlings: Some NDC Ministers Are Hypocrites

rawlnsEx-President Rawlings has again descended on President John Atta Mills for what he described as slow and soft. Delivering a speech in Kumasi on Saturday, the former President sent a message to the President to get on his toes and put things in their right direction.

According to him, the government style of President Mills is causing disillusion among the people and if something is not done about it, it will be difficult for the party to regain power in 2012.

He made these comments on a platform of a conference organized by some NDC youth.Expressing his disappointment, the former President added that he is not happy with the pace at which President Mills is dealing with or investigating the killers of Alhaji Mobilla and former government officials who mismanaged the country’s affairs.

Speaking on PeaceFM’s ‘Kokrokoo’ morning show, the spokesperson for the former President, Mr. Kofi Adams, revealed that his boss said that among other things. According to him, Mr. Rawlings also cautioned the government not to be too happy about the Ghana@50 findings of the NPPs fraudulent acts, claiming the former government had more evil down their sleeves, so they should uncover and arrest them instead of jubilating.Talking about the current ministers, he said, the former president believes some of them are not qualified, claiming they are hypocrites, but President Mills went ahead to give them positions.

By John Nyaaba/peacefmonline.com

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