If the toxic trend of exclusiveness in the Incumbent New Patriotic Party NPP continue to persist it may collapse like the United Gold Coast Convention UGCC according to a leading member of the party, Christian Daniel Dugan.
According to the former Deputy Minister for Fisheries, Christian Daniel Dugan, the party hierarchy does not normalise in respect to some personalities as above the law further describing it as a class system that has been deliberately introduced into the party that was formed by all for all.
Furthermore, Christian Daniel Dugan further describing happenings in the party disclosed that some personalities have been made to feel untouchable and found of breaking the party law in the book and the party is not sanctioning such individuals in the party while others or minor members of the party are regarded out of favour or commoners who suffers suspension out of simple or similar offences.
The internal happenings accord to the former Deputy Minister for Fisheries cannot steer the party forward if it is left to continue without any resolution.
“If we don’t take care what is going on can affect the party. The untouchables go scot-free for their offences while others suffer for similar infractions and this is happening in the NPP. Someone says they support Dr Bawumia and will not suffer for breaking the rules but if a supporter of Alan Kyerematen, Afriyie Akoto or Boakye Agyarko does the same then they are suspended”, he explained.
Furthermore, the leading member of the incumbent New Patriotic Party NPP again cited an example in the case of the United Gold Coast Convention UGCC party where he indicated that those members of the party at the top hierarchy and the grassroots where there is no partiality in a sense that the top members will always be favoured and the lower hierarchy will be taken on for every simple or similar offence committed.
The former Deputy Minister for Fisheries, Christian Daniel Dugan made this statement in an interview on Happy 98.8 FM on Epa Hoa Daben political talk show on the 15th of January 2022.