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Dombo Wasn't Part Of the NPP Headliners Until Very Recently

Journalist and a former Communications Manager at Airtel Ghana, Raymond Ablorh has asserted that Dombo wasn't part of the NPP's headliners until very recently. He opined that the NPP is thus being forced by their opponents' propaganda against them to pull Dombo into the picture.

Raymond made these remarks on Tuesday, 16th August 2022, on his official Facebook page.

"What about Modestus Apaloo, Attoh Kwashie, Obetsebi Lamptey and the rest.But, do I blame them? No! I don't. 

All along, it's been a journey of the intelligentsia carrying along the rest. Otherwise, what explains the absence of Baffuor Akoto and the inclusion of JB Danquah who wasn't a UP leader?

And, if it's about his UGCC link then why is Obetsebi-Lamptey and other UGCC members from Fantseland not part of the headliners? " He asserted.

According to Raymond, some people must be projected to make them more important than others in NPP and that is what caused this.

Otherwise, the NPP is a subscriber of Property Owing Democracy. That's all. Danquah and Busia aren't the postulators of Property Owing Democracy. And, all those who formed the United Party were subscribers of Property Owing Democracy. 

"So, how did it become Danquah/Busia tradition? Raymond asked.

"Adorye just narrated the reality beneath all the blind support Ga Adangbes, Ewes, Fantses, etc give NPP knowing the party belongs to the Danquahs and Busias with the support of the Dombos who are their Vice Presidents regardless of who is in power.

I would've supported Dr Bawumia because of this. But, this isn't enough reason to make somebody who has proven to he impractical, incompetent, inconsistent and untrustworthy a president." He said.

He argued that If Dr. Bawumia is able to turn the economy around; shift the economy from taxation driven to production driven and digitalise road tolls to raise money to build roads as he promised in opposition, I shall support him. 

"Our Cedi is disgracefully one of the most depreciated currencies in the subregion. Inflation is rising at a supersonic speed, economic hardships is competing with inflation.The people are suffering far more than when Bawumia composed his "Ghanaians are suffering" song. He added.

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