NDC should be in opposition for at least 16 more years – Kweku Baako

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Kweku-Baako (1)Abdul Malik Kweku Baako, Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, wants the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to stay in opposition for at least 16 more years.

Kweku Baako stated emphatically that the NDC will never make it to government in the next four years as hoped by some NDC faithfuls and so advised them to stop dreaming about a quick comeback to power.

To him, “NDC in opposition is the best medicine” for Ghanaians.

Speaking on Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’, Mr. Baako vowed he will never hope for victory for the party for reasons that the party’s loss was a good riddance to Ghanaians.

“I will never ever pray for an NDC victory in any election. Never, never hope for it; never wish for it. That’s a matter I can’t renegotiate. It’s static. It doesn’t matter who’s their flagbearer. Even if it’s my mother or father, I won’t vote for them,” he stressed.

He expressed profound enthusiasm over the defeat of the NDC in the 2016 elections, stating that the party characters were arrogant and incompetent and so needed to be kicked out of government.

“We all know that they haven’t recovered from the pains, which is normal. It’s like heaven on earth. I was so happy. Kwami, this country needed it. It sent us back to the year of 2000. The best way – the medicine – that we needed for the impunity, arrogance, ineptitude and incompetence, we needed it. We really needed it. That was medicine.”

Mr. Baako also took objection to a question raised on the programme by a panel member, Allotey Jacobs – NDC Central Regional Chairman – on whether or not he would change his stance on the party should their founder Ex-President Rawlings throw his weight behind them.

Kweku Baako noted that “Rawlings is not the main problem for me” when it comes to his decision whether to vote for the NDC or not.

To him, “the NDC as a corporate entity is the problem” and that’s why he can’t imagine himself supporting the party to clinch victory in an election.


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