The National Communications Officer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi has called for a paradigm shift in how members of the party relates with the ruling New Patriotic Party.
In a statement sighted on his Facebook page on Friday, the NDC communicator contended that the party's goal of snatching power from the NPP cannot be realised unless there is a significant change in the attitude and behavior of its members towards the NPP and its members.
"It is about time we in the NDC did an honest self-introspection and soul searching. We cannot capture power from the these power-drunk NPP despots with our current posture. There has to be a drastic change in our mindset, posture and actions relative to how we relate with the NPP on all fronts. It cannot be business as usual".
Indisputably, the capacity to win the next election is not going to be a child's play. Although the NDC appears to be well placed ahead of the 2024 election, the perceived increasing mistrust and tension between the grassroot and the minority caucus in Parliament is a herculean task which the party must work hard to mitigate.
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