The attitude of some constituency executives of Ablekuma Central branch of the National Democratic Congress [NDC] toward their sitting Member of Parliament [MP], Hon. Dan Latif, could be a well thought-out plan to make him unpopular.
The hard working MP is currently facing ‘demonic attack’ from within his own executives who see their interest above that of the party’s.
A painstaking investigation conducted by the team of journalists from thealhajj.com and Ghanaiandemocrat.com revealed how the constituency executives led by the chairman Mr. Kplorm Kofi Dordunu with his commanding constituency Secretary, Mr. Su’smile Alhassan and the Vice Chairman Mr. Benjamin Benjamin hatching plans to make sure the MP loses the next parliamentary primaries of the party.
The agenda was to ensure he loses the primary to pave way for he the constituency chairman to become the next PC of the party in 2024 elections.
This according to our sources within the constituency executives, has been the chairman’s long term ambition to become an MP for the area.
Our investigation reveals also that the MP’s quest to unite the ranks and file of the party at the constituency proved futile as the enermies within vowed to execute their agenda by making sure the NDC loses that seat if Hon. Dan Latif is given another nod lead the party in 2024.
The impeccable source explained that anytime the MP invite the constituency executives for a meeting or party activity, the chairman and his group would reject it.
Meanwhile, efforts to get the MP to hear his side of the story proved futile as he refused to comment on their internal problems.
It is also alleged that Mr. Kofi Dordunu has been in bed with NPP kingpins and releasing party intelligence.
The names of these NPP kingpins that pops up during our investigation are the National Chairman Mr. Freddie Blay and Director of Operations at the Flagstaff house, Mr. Lord Commey.
It is revealed that their are behind resoucing the NDC Chairman to undermine the MP and make his works difficult not to be able to deliver on the promises he made to his constituents.