The NPP's Culture of Injustice, Impunity, Manipulation, and Exploitation is Troubling

Feature Article The NPP's Culture of Injustice, Impunity, Manipulation, and Exploitation is Troubling

The NPP's pattern of dealing with injustice and then conveniently seeking reconciliation after achieving its objectives speaks volumes about the character of the party under the current leadership.

In a stark irony, the National Chairman of the party, Mr. Steven Ntim now speaks of reconciliation despite his own diminished authority under the dominance of Akufo-Addo and his allies.

His call for reconciliation comes after presiding over a period marked by injustice and the erosion of the party’s constitutional integrity.

This illustrates a troubling paradox within the NPP leadership, where those who have overseen turmoil now pretentiously seek to mend fences, giving credence to the extent of internal discord and power struggles within the party.

The National Chairman’s behaviour is a troubling indication of how power-hungry individuals within the party are willing to sacrifice principles and integrity for their selfish gain.

This culture of injustice, impunity, manipulation, and exploitation not only tarnishes the reputation of the NPP but also undermines the democratic values that should guide political actions and decisions.

Well-meaning Ghanaians should think twice before aligning themselves with a party that demonstrates such disregard for justice, fairness, and decency.

Furthermore, the current state of the NPP, where power is concentrated in the hands of Nana Akufo-Addo and his cohorts, is a cause for concern. Their unchecked influence has led the nation down a path of energy crisis, economic hardship, and arrogance of power.

Ghana, once heralded as a shining star in Africa, endowed with numerous rich economic resources, now finds itself struggling under the weight of unprecedented corruption and mismanagement.

It’s sad how a richly endowed nation like Ghana now begs to survive because we continue to vote for people who prioritize self-interest over the well-being of the nation. May the good Lord save our dear nation from the hands of thieves and looters.

Shalom shalom!