Dr. Sekou Nkrumah has shockingly told Citi News that he will rejoin the National Democratic Congress (NDC) after successfully helping opposition leader Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to oust the Mills-Mahama-led administration in the forthcoming general elections.
The controversial son of Ghana’s first President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, who resigned from the NDC after he was sacked as head of the National Youth Authority, has pledged his unflinching support for Nana Addo ahead of the December polls towards toppling the ruling NDC because of what he termed “weak leadership. ”
According to him, his main aim for resigning from the NDC is the weak and poor leadership style of President John Evans Atta Mills and his Vice President.
Dr. Nkrumah, an ardent critic of the NDC government, has on several occasions stated that President Mills does not merit a second term in office.
He has previously described the President as a dormant and weak leader bereft of ideas to lead the country to the “Better Ghana Agenda” he promised prior to election 2008.
“Under the Mills-Mahama leadership, the NDC is not performing as it should and I think the only way to change the leadership is for the NDC to lose the election. Because if the NDC wins the elections the same leadership will continue,” he said.
Dr Sekou added that “I have no choice than to support Akufo-Addo to bring about that change and after that then I will consider my options. ”
Source Citifmonline Ghana