Three aspirants in their quest to win the upcoming primaries of the opposition National Democratic Congress NDC are caught in dangerous tribal politics.
During their door to door campaign to win the hears of delegates, the two aspirants on different locations were asking delegates to vote for them because their tribe form the majority in the constituency.
Meanwhile, ghanaiandemocrat.com has gathered that the two NDC Parliamentary aspirants aspirants in the Dome-Kwabenya Constituency of the Greater Accra region are constantly indulging in tribal politics to amass votes during the upcoming parliamentary primaries.
The three aspirants are Isreal Nornyibey and Faustina Elikplim Akurugu John Kweku Agbavor are strategically depending on tribal politics to ensure that delegates from their tribe vote for them.
When this portal contacted members of their campaign team to confirm, leading members of both candidate’s team a have confirmed of indulging in such tribal politics have since changed their approach.
They were speaking on condition of an anonymity said “tribal politics is dangerous for internal party politics which brings division among party members”.
” Ethnocentric politics is not good for our internal politics in the Dome-Kwabenya Constituency. We need unity among ourselves to wrest to seat from the incompetent NPP MP in the area.” He said.
Commenting on the unity of the party, they called on their candidate to evolve campaign based on ideas and policies to ensure they win the heart of floating voters to vote for the NDC in the upcoming general elections to capture power from the NPP.
They also entreated them to engage in a clean campaign devoid of insults and to deliver a strong united party at the Constituency.
Admonishing all delegates to vote for competent and visionary aspirant that would lead the the Constituency to the promised land.
By: Joe Jackson