THE NDC SOLD THE BIRTH RIGHTS OF OUR CHIEFS
The NDC and all those who participated in writing, rectifying and enacting our present CONSTITUTION sold the birth rights of our Chiefs to a SURFACE westernized ideology which is unrealistic to Ghana rural realities by eliminating our chiefs Government, parliament or in our district assemblies. The end results is our chiefs are fencing for their own livelihood, taking trotro and buses whereas the so called representatives who knows nothing about the people and land they represent drive in expensive JEEPS and Pajeros and living a luxurious lifestyle at the expense of our people.
This is one of several reasons why CCDAG was born. We are preparing seriously to contribute intensively in future political debate to write the wrongs being perpetrated on our democracy.
The President Yao Fiagbeto has never been a card carry member of any Political entity in Ghana and will remain as such for now.
The people who emerged around Presidents Rawlings and Mills are all disappointment to the Volta-Region since the end of PDC AND STUDENT TASKFORCE ERA. They reduced our chiefs to indirect beggars in their own lands. Those so-called scholars who surrounded our leaders and represent us have no iota of respect to our Chiefs and our traditions and culture.
The Volta-Region especially, must wake-up and take close look at the NDC syndrome in our system and look elsewhere for much more role for our chiefs in making decision on our national budget and resources.
The questions we want these greedy politicians to answer is (WHO IS THE BEST PERSON TO REPRESENT THE INTEREST OF OUR CONSTITUENCIES? THE CHIEFS WHO ARE THE CUSTODIAN OF THEIR TOWNS AND VILLAGES (LANDS) OR THE POLITICIANS WHO RESIDE IN ACCRA VISIT THE AREA DURING DURBAR OR ELECTIONS?
God bless Ghana and our young democracy. Hope is coming soon.
The hope for our future democracy.
PRESIDENT, CONCERN CITIZEN DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE FOR GHANA-CCDAG
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