Is "Barrister Richard Diedong Dombo, son of the late Chief S.D Dombo"
really a barrister?
I can understand that he vouches for V. P. Aliu, but
how dare he challenge the established and accepted rules of selecting
presidential candidates within the NPP?
Did the barrister really say (as
Kofi Agyepong's article claims) that "many developed countries, have had
their parties supporting their vice presidents when there is a
succession similar to Ghana's and Ghana would not have been alone in
this"? There's no logic in this claim for countries are countries and
parties are parties.
Personally, though I think the VP is very good
material for the presidency I will not advocate that the rules of
selection be ignored. Democracy is democracy, and NPP is a democratic party.
John Kwadwo Osei-Tutu