You are here: HomeWallOpinionsArticles2018 09 01Article 681369

The politics of tradition and founding principles - The case of NPP vs. other political parties


Shmuel Ja'Mba Abm
2018-09-03 20:13:45
Comment to:
The politics of tradition and founding principles

This is utter thrash and a sad note on bigotry and elitism, begrudging the principles of nature on growth and natural appreciation. It is unwise, in fact quixotic in comedy, in any attempt to arrest progress of nature. UGCC was a culmination of a process. In that regard, and on equal pedestal, actions that ended with the 1951 results which gave Odododiodoo a representative of the legislature; the CPP made UGCC outmoded. Except one is ignorant to the basic laws of nature as in self preservation, it is senseless to condemn innovations and modernisation to gloat over history, traditions and outmoded practices. The current revolution in science and technology borrow from the past, but not branded as in a nostalgia belonging to a past. Nothing stands on it's own, except supported by something. And the people of Ghana are going to the polls on December 7 to show the NPP the exit, making the supersonic incompetent Akufo Addo a one term President to set another record for the hero worshipping NPP/UP/UGCC trio idolatry.

This article is closed for comments.