Rawlingses To Form New Party – Kofi Adams


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25 June 2012

Spokesperson for the Rawlingses, Kofi Adams has given indications that the former first couple could be forming a new political party.   



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Speaking on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem Monday, Mr Adams - while not being emphatic about the formation of a new party based on the principles and ideologies of the Rawlingses - told show host Adakabre Frimpong Manso that: “Don’t be surprised if a new party is formed with the intention of salvaging an existing party.”

Political watchers who spoke to Adomonline.com say short of admitting that a new party was in the offing, Mr Adams had confirmed what many had suspected for a while.

He however dismissed speculation that Mr Rawlings and his wife were waiting for the demise of the NDC before forming a new party.

Kofi Adams pointed out that others who believe in the principles underlying the June 4 and 31st December revolutions could also be planning to form parties.

“When we get there we will see what happens. People have the right to form parties. If they are going through the proper processes to form a party, I will endorse it,” Kofi Adams declared.

He called on members of the governing National Democratic Congress(NDC) to brace themselves for a “shock” if the leadership of the party continues to ignore the real problems confronting them.

“If we continue to close our eyes over the bad things happening and pretend everything is fine, we will be shocked (in the December elections),” Mr Adams warned.

According to him, the party elders and executives complain bitterly in private but fail to express those concerns at meetings, a development he said was not helping the party.

Touching on recent developments in the NDC, Kofi Adams acknowledged that positive defiance as a new project for the party would be a good, but cautioned: “Don’t use positive defiance for evil.”

Source: Frank Agyei-Twum/Adomonline.com



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