Politics of Friday, 4 October 2013
James Kwabena Bomfeh Jnr., has expressed disgust over the level of “wickedness” in the ruling National Democratic Congress.
Contributing to a panel discussion programme on OmanFM, the former National Youth Organizer of the Convention People's Party (CPP) expressed strong conviction that President Mahama is the worst Head of State ever in the annals of Ghana’s history that “even Mills with his weakness, Mills with his indecisions, with his poor judgement” is better than him.
He expounded that the NDC government finds it difficult to tolerate members who make judicious comments about its activities and, therefore, tend to sideline them.
The NDC, he stated, is teemed with people in a "cult of wickedness…PNDC, NDC…is a club. If you are a good man, you can’t fit in there because they corrupt you the moment you enter.”
Kabila, who appeared disappointed in the leadership of President Mahama, also blamed government for the increasing spate of road accidents in the country.
He bemoaned the numerous lives claimed by road accidents, revealing that his elder brother, an NPP constituency executive, was recently knocked down by a vehicle in a fatal accident on the Kintampo road.
A clearly riled Kabila then impliedly invoked the curse of nature upon the Mahama administration when he demanded the blood of innocent Ghanaians who have lost their lives through accidents on the head of President John Mahama.
He did not mince words as he requested the biblical scenario about Cain and his brother, Abel, to revisit the incumbent government.
“Each one of the people who have died and dying, not just my brother’s blood, will be asked from your hands. Government inaction; Government action which has led to death, the blood of those innocent souls will be asked and demanded from you,” he fervently prayed.