If you are spending inordinately longer hours globetrotting with the hope of finding out what has become a nemesis to the NDC, you don’t need to look any further.
What has become an anathema to them is the latest phraseology, “Papa No”.
The Honourable Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah, on the floor of Parliament, makes a case about an MP who had expressed some views earlier and was drawing his attention to some discrepancies in what he said in relation to what the facts of the matter were, and uses ‘Papa No’ to refer to the MP.
This harmless reference seems to have urticated the NDC, especially, the Minority Leader, asking for a withdrawal of the reference.
From his posturing, one gets the impression that the Minority has embraced the ‘Papa No’ nomenclature as a bona fide property of the NDC in general, and Mahama, specifically.
The ‘Papa No’, according to Tracey Boakye, MzBel, Gloria Kani and their lots, has been buying mansions, luxurious cars and other items considered by many to be superfluous.
‘Papa No’ is desperately trying a comeback to reinforce the sharing of the largesse as confirmed by Tracey and his compadres.
We should redouble our efforts to keep ‘Papa No’ at bay lest he does more irreparable damages to the finances of the country.
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.