A former Propaganda Secretary of the major opposition political party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Lord Hamah has taken a swipe at the party’s foot soldiers over their conduct on social media. In his ratings of how these party people conduct themselves on Facebook, Mr. Hamah said a majority of the uniformed and incoherent posts on the social media platform originates from the NDC’s foot soldiers.
More specifically, Mr. Hamah said 85 percent of such posts could be attributed to the NDC. He noted that the pattern of behaviour of these foot soldiers is marked with insults to every personality they disagree with.
Lord Hamah stressed that his observations are rather unfortunate adding that, it would have done them [foot soldiers] better to learn about monitoring election results and collation of pink sheets than to run ‘unreasonable’ comments on social media.
His argument probably sterns from the poor show the NDC made during the 2020 election petition when the party executives failed to produce single evidence of collated results to back their petition.
“I think they should spend more time on how to monitor election results and collate pink sheets. Personal insults on me cannot be justified by the party's own records,” he said.
Mr. Hamah scored that the current crop of youth in the NDC, cannot compare to those the party had between the years of 2004 and 2008. He stressed that the rather intellectual class of NDC youth in years past has been lost to ‘sycophants’ who are easily exploited by some party people for their parochial agendas.
“Compared to the youth in 2004 to 2008 the current is just a dispersed, random aggregate of social media, ' ready-for-hire' boys, who only sing praises to party 'idols' who don't recognize them!”
Lord Hamah’s remark could spark some heavy backlash on him, and he surely is ready for this. His observation confirms what former Deputy General Secretary, Samuel Koku Anyidoho had already stated about the NDC and its social media activities.
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