JOHN JINAPOR IS A WALKING CONTRADICTION
Consistently, the NDC fails to lure Ghanaians into buying into their propaganda an d wildly embellished commentaries and theories.
On Newsfile, John Jinapor showcased a trait synonymous with the opposition party.
To say that these NDC elements are walking contradictions would be an understatement. They and dishonesty were made for each other.
When Samson Lardy questioned Jinapor on why the Minority walked out of Parliament when the President was about to deliver the State of the Nation’s Address, Jinapor countered with the point that the Minority broke no laws of the country.
“What we did was legal. We didn’t break any of our laws by walking out of Parliament” he said.
However, when Samson quizzed him on the claim that President Akufo-Addo is in bed with the EC to compile a new register, a claim the host dismissed as lame, Jinapor would not hear of it.
Samson pointed out to him if the EC is breaking any laws of the land undertaking its constitutionally-imposed functions, John Jinapor said that not all that is lawful should be pursued.
“Samson, but you know that not all that is lawful is prudent and expedient. The fact that the EC has the laws on its side doesn’t mean it should go ahead to do what they please” Jinapor stated, wryly.
The contradiction lies in he saying that the Minority didn’t break any laws walking out of Parliament but the EC, though not breaking any law, should stand down on the decision to compile a new register because it is inexpedient.
They are but agents of approbation and reprobation.
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.