Previous President John Dramani Mahama can’t bear all the fault for the “appalling execution” of the resistance National Democratic Congress in the 2016 surveys, New Crusading Guide Editor-in-Chief Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has said.
Mr Mahama, tending to his previous deputies at a meeting on 28 March in Accra, asked commentators inside his gathering to specifically consider him in charge of their misfortune in the decisions.
The reason for our misfortune is multifaceted, he expressed, including: “obviously, as the General who drove us into fight, I assume extreme liability for us losing the race, thus in the event that it will fulfill those individuals, reprimand me for the misfortune.
Be that as it may, responding to the previous president’s remark on Newsfile on Multi TV on Saturday 15 April, Mr Baako noticed that the lead of people put in places of trust amid the crusade added to the NDC’s discretionary thrashing.
As indicated by him, Mr Mahama has displayed “authority” by assuming the fault for the gathering’s annihilation.
He [Mahama] has acknowledged extreme duty regarding what happened and that is authority, yet there is likewise the component of aggregate obligation which I think for good reasons he didn’t highlight. He couldn’t have been exclusively in charge of what happened, Mr Baako expressed.
It’s great if a pioneer turns out to state I assume extreme liability, yet there is the component of aggregate duty. The direct of a portion of the campaigners, the key individuals who were placed in places of trust all added to the appalling result of their execution. That is self-evident.
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