Former National Chairman of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Bernard Mornah is envisaging a collapse of the party if the current challenges are not immediately addressed.
He fears the party will get zero votes at elections because it is becoming very unpopular in view of the internal struggles among the rank and file.
Mr. Mornah who appears to have given up on the party’s ability to win a seat in parliament after the exit of Mr Alhassan Azong, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Builsa South Constituency in 2016, lamented over the development.
Speaking on Accra-based Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’ show, he said there is no hope for the party to win the Presidential and Parliamentary elections in Ghana.
“If care is not taken, going forward, we won’t even get zero. Because given the level of disunity amongst us, I feel very sad,” he stated.
“I have never been invited to any party meeting. Yes, just check around. You know I won’t lie. I’ve never been called to any party meeting but I continue to be a member of the party and I speak on issues that I feel are of concern for my party and I defend party positions in many instances. But I have not been invited at any ground for any party meeting anywhere”, he narrated.
To him, the behavior of the party’s leadership towards him gives him the impression that he was removed so he will have no connections with the party.
“Probably, part of the reasons for which I was removed is that I should not be closer to the party”, he lamented.
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