Ade Coker’s Statement Was “Infantile And Irresponsible” … It Is Not Up To Him To Determine NDC’s 2016 Candidate

Deputy General Secretary of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), George Lawson has fumed that the statement from the party’s Greater Accra Regional Chairman concerning the 2016 election is “infantile and irresponsible” which is intended to divert attention of the NDC government from fulfilling its promises to Ghanaians.

Mr. Ade Coker is said to have vowed that he will ensure that President Mahama goes unopposed when the party gets ready to contest the 2016 elections.

Deputy National General Secretary of the party, George Lawson in an interview with Okay FM has averred that the statement from Ade Coker should be disregarded; in that the focus of the NDC government should be to fulfill the promises made to Ghanaians during the 2012 election campaign.

He described Mr. Ade Coker’s comment as “infantile and irresponsible” and has the potential to distract government’s attention.

He added that after 8 months of election litigation which has dragged the progress of the country, the next thing the government is focusing on is how to develop the country.

He said it is therefore “too early to start with this irresponsible statement” that Mahama will go unopposed.

The Deputy General Secretary maintained that for the NDC to retain power in 2016, it will largely depend on how the government delivers on its promises.

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Ade Coker’s Statement Was “Infantile And Irresponsible” … It Is Not Up To Him To Determine NDC’s 2016 Candidate

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