Bernard Mornah, the General Secretary of the People’s National Convention (PNC) says the party will work hard to obtain seats in the election of next year with or without the support of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Mornah said it was unfortunate that despite the collaboration among 2 parties, the National Democratic Congress is coping with parliamentary candidates in constituencies where the People’s National Convention clearly has a competitive edge.
The People’s National Convention has just one PM, Alhassan Azong, of Builsa South in the Upper East Region.
But Dr. Clement Apaak, Presidential staff member, is trying to dismiss him.
Dr. Apaak has already choosed nomination forms to challenge in the NDC’s 7th of November primaries for the parliamentary slot in that constituency.
An obviously sad Bernard Mornah told the news media, the NDC doesn’t respect the collaboration that exists between us.
Alhassan Azong, the lone MP of PNC said, has worked and collaborated with the NDC all this time and helped them in several policy decisions.
But the ruling party is seeking to take the seat it held from 1992 to 2008 when it lost it to Mr. Azong and the PNC. Mr. Bernard stated I believed that democracy isn’t about opposing contests.
He said the NDC has proved that it’s not worth the confidence we gave them and (so), we have made a decision that we are going to do our best this time round. We’re not going to secure only the Builsa South seat, we are going to succeed many others.
The People’s National Convention hasn’t proven capable of taking any substantial number of seats in parliament on its own and there’s no tangible proof that the trend will change in next year’s elections.
The PNC and Bernard Mornah has much work to do if they want to prove that his hope is grounded in something other than day dreaming.
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