KWAME AGBODZA JUSTIFIES WHY INTELLECTUALS ARE NOT IDOLIZED IN THE NDC
Kwame Adgodza, the NDC MP for Adaklu, has made a statement in relation to Mahama’s promise to legalize Okada which I find to be cataclysmic.
The MP, in an interview on Citi FM’s Eye Witness News with Selorm Adonoo as the host, said that it is far better for the youth to veer into Okada riding rather than NaBCo.
The NDC MP was giving a justification for the legalization of the commercialization of motorbikes’ riding, popularly called Okada, and said it is far more profitable than NaBCo.
What he seeks to suggest is that all the 100 thousand graduates in the various NaBCo modules should abandon their work, grab motorbikes and start operating as Okada riders.
This statement from the MP dovetails into the NDC’s belief that intellectuals are not welcomed in the party.
John Dumelo was emphatic that in the NDC, they are not fond of intellectuals and that they are always for the downtrodden.
Kwame Agbodza is clearly giving impetus to the party’s decision not to make intellectuals part of their system, and that is the only logical reason why he would ask these NaBCo intellectuals to pursue Okada as businesses.
It is not only scandalous but also scurrilous for an MP to claim that NaBCo is of no value as compared to Okada riding and that the 100 thousand intellectuals employed under NaBCo should jump ship to join Okada. The NDC simply hates intellectuals.