NPP is now a weak party – Musah Superior
An aspiring General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Musah Superior, has said that the incumbent NPP is now a feeble party.
In his opinion, is it possibly due to the highly incompetence of the current leaders steering affairs of the party.
When queried what the state of the NPP is at the moment in an interview on the New Day show on TV3 with Johnnie Hughes, Thursday June 16, the Deputy CEO of the Forestry Commission answered “vey weak.”
He further added that “It is weak because our people are very angry, the party people especially the officers around the country.
“We have delivered the government and we won the sweetest and super elections that we had that this country has ever witnessed in 2016. It was so super because we were able to galvanize the Ghanaian people, spoke about the incompetence of Mahama administration, got our people involved and everybody was pushing, polling executives, electoral area coordinators, senior members, our financiers everybody got involved….
“Then, we came into 2020, we had a very abysmal win, such a disturbing win and that is why in the last few months we have presented a weakness in Parliament. Look at the e-levy … you saw what happened in Parliament, it was an eyesore.
“The reason why we saw this in Parliament was because we are at par, from 169 seats to 137, over 30 Members of Parliament got fired because of the incompetence of the leadership of our party.”
Mr Musah Superior is contesting with the intention to remove the current General Secretary of the NPP John Boadu when they go to the internal polls in July this year.
According to him, he has the political locus to ensure exhilaration of victory for the party come 2024.