The much anticipated demonstration by the New Democratic Congress was finally held today 6th July, 2021 in Accra. The demonstration was dubbed "March for Justice". The participants were conveyed at the Accra Mall where everything started from. Many Ghanaians have commented. Some have hailed the NDC for a good work while others have condemned the act.
Consider it to be a fair remark by the former Propaganda Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Lord Hamah, about Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia's chances contesting for the presidential ticket of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP). It is not clear what might have provoked this young politician to argue that Dr. Bawumia cannot win the contest.
A former Propaganda Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Lord Hamah has taken a swipe at the leadership of the party for being delusional that they will rise to power come 2024. According to him, the party’s political fortunes had been dwindling post-Rawlings’ era and had even worsened in recent times under the current crop of leadership.
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.
One would be curious to learn about how some party people in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) make of the move by the leadership to challenge the results of the 2020 polls at the Supreme Court. The party will today, as promised, file a petition at the court to challenge the results and seek redress. A former Propaganda Secretary of the NDC, Lord Hamah holds the opinion that the party is fighting a lost battle. He wrote on Facebook that the NDC would not be granted the result they desire from the court.
According to reports and results collated from the various constituencies from the just ended 2020 parliamentary election, a combination of 111 NDC and NPP Members of Parliament have badly lost their seats in Parliament and will not return to the next Parliament. Many dynamics have indeed played a role in the previous election and the 2020 parliamentary election isn't an exception. Some of these fallen MPs may contest the 2024 parliamentary election and may win whiles others may not return at all. This is three
We all know that,when it comes to politics in Ghana it tends to be off limits. Which sometimes tends to be risky and deadly mainly involving attacks, threats and dirty secrets. Though it sounds interesting when people ask me "Propaganda and Manifesto which wins an election". The truth is they go hand to hand. The concept of Manifesto and Propaganda can be understood with the selling of oranges. The trader sells the oranges by marketing it for people to buy. Whereas the needs of the people have document called