A Senior Research Fellow for IDEG, Dr. Kwesi Jonah has disclosed that the conflict between the generational leadership tradition and capacity in the NPP is not a matter for the grass-root (yo-yo boys) to resolve.
Dr. Kwesi Jonah made this revelation on 'THE KEYPOINTS' program on TV3 when he was giving his opinion on the power struggle in the NPP.
According to him; the NPP has unwritten rules regarding who becomes the next leader. The NPP believes in generational leadership but this tradition is coming into conflict with capacity and performance.
If you look at the track record of Mahamud Bawumia, he has been a pillar of support to Akufo Addo not just as president but even as a presidential candidate.
On the other hand, there is somebody (Alan Kyeremanten) who according to the NPP tradition will be considered as 'his time has come to lead.
" This conflict between the generational leadership tradition and capacity is becoming a hard nut to crack.
If you ask me; this is not a matter for the yo-yo boys to solve. This is a matter for the leadership and elders of the party to resolve." - he stated
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