The NDC seems to think that propaganda and lies are its next and final frontier to political success as they struggle to come out with clear, concise and potent messages which can affect them positively.
At an event the party held which was anchored by Samuel Okudzeto-Ablakwa, they set out to divagate and meander through a labyrinth of plots and subplots just to change the narrative told by the governing NPP in terms of achievements.
At the event, Ablakwa took viewers through an uninspiring session of half-truths, naked lies, deliberate twisting of facts and figures and an outrageous conclusion that sets the NPP’s performance against its manifesto promises at 14%.
Even IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe’s outfit, came up with a 48% fulfilment of the manifesto pledges of the New Patriotic Party last year, a figure hotly contested by the party in power.
For the NDC to come out with these assessments without proper parameters to score the ruling party a paltry 14% is not only strange but comedic as well.
It is a few months to the 2020 elections. Ghanaians have been yearning to see and hear the alternative policies of the NDC. Symposiums held by the party at this crucial period should target what the NDC intends to do for the good people of Ghana should they be given another chance.
Instead of showing Ghanaians policies they would implement if given another opportunity to govern, they are only thinking about plagiarizing the policies of the Akufo-Addo administration with few touches to same.
The NDC cannot boast of any message for the 2020 elections. They are engaging in reviewing policies of the Akufo-Addo administration less than six months into the December 7 elections.
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.