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I Am Seriously Bleeding Inside, But I've Chosen To Be Quiet - Bernard Mornah Sadly Declares

Internal wranglings in the People's National Convention (PNC) have degenerated to a state that the Ghana Police Service has to Lock up their head office.

Reacting to this worrying development in the PNC, the former Chairman of the PNC, Bernard Mornah, has indicated that he is seriously bleeding inside, but he has chosen to be quiet.

Bernard Mornah made this statement on 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa television when his co-panelist asked him intervened to solve the internal wranglings in the PNC.

According to Bernard Mornah, he has been receiving calls from people telling him to say something on the impasse in the PNC, but what can he say when the same party rejected his leadership.

He indicated that there is no subordination in the current leadership of the PNC. Everybody is a boss on their own, and because of that, he is bleeding inside.

"I am seriously bleeding inside, and I have chosen that it is better, probably to keep quiet because both sides, in my opinion, are wrong."

He said that because he was rejected as their leader, he is not competent now to handle the internal wranglings in the party, so he has spoken and called on the council of elders to get involved. He has also shared with them some thoughts on how to resolve the impasse.

"I am PNC, and PNC is inside me, so when I see some of these things, I don't feel comfortable."

He revealed that yesterday, his son told him that his party people were fighting, and he saw it on television, which has resulted in the police lock-up the party office.

"My son told me that daddy, this is your party, and I said yes, that is our party. He said no, that is "your" party. My son even wants to distance himself from our party"

So, he is sad about the current internal wranglings in the PNC, but he has taken a position that if he speaks it may worsen some of the cases, that is why he has called on the council of elders to intervene.

He said that the sad aspect of it all is that all the names involved in these wranglings are all northern names, which is painting a bad picture for persons from the north.


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