We won’t tolerate Nduom’s nonsense …
She claims Dr. Nduom is the one orchestrating activities to create disaffection and disunity in the CPP.
“We’ll not tolerate this nonsense,” she told Accra-based Joy FM yesterday. “Enough is enough. We’re fed up with this nonsense. ”
The National Executive Committee of the CPP is expected to meet today and it was against this background that Samia hinted that Dr. Nduom faces expulsion from the party.
She went on to assert that Dr. Nduom’s departure from the CPP will not affect the party in anyway, but rather “open the floodgates for more supporters” to join.
Below is Samia Nkrumah’s comment as reported by Citifmonline.com
The chairperson of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), Samia Nkrumah, has fired salvos at the 2008 presidential candidate of the party, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, for allegedly orchestrating activities to disintegrate the party.
Samia, who did not mince words, singled out the 2012 presidential hopeful for going all length to discredit the national executives and bring the name of the party into disrepute. She claimed the former MP for Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem (KEEA) has “relentlessly waged a campaign to demoralize” party supporters.
She served notice that Dr. Nduom, who launched his presidential bid on the ticket of the party in grandeur style last month, is behind “all negative happenings” taking place in the party. Nduom has been accused by party officials including General Secretary Ivor Greenstreet of being behind calls for an early congress. His act has been described as a “selfish ambition. ”
The national executive committee of the party is meeting on Tuesday to discuss the current happenings within the party. She hinted that Dr. Nduom faces expulsion from the party.
“We’ll not tolerate this nonsense,” she told Accra-based Joy FM on Monday. “Enough is enough. We’re fed up with this nonsense. ”
Nkrumah said Dr. Nduom’s departure from the CPP will not affect the party in anyway, but will rather “open the floodgates for more supporters” to join.
She denied allegations that she is into secret meetings with members of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) to merge with them ahead of the general elections next year.
“I have met the NDC and NPP several times since I returned to Ghana to engage in active politics… I have not aligned myself neither with NPP or NDC. I have resisted several attempts to entice me,” Nkrumah revealed.
She added: “There is actually no division in the party but a section being created by Nduom. Enough is enough.”—Citifmonline.com