Former President Jerry John Rawlings has condemned the NDC Unity Walk led by former President John Mahama and some executives of the party.
According to Rawlings, NDC Unity Walk seems to be a parochial agenda aimed at marketing some individual and excluding others.
Addressing cadres and members of the party gathered at Madina in Accra to commemorate the 39th anniversary of the June 4th uprising, former president Rawlings said the Unity Walk must be inclusive if the party wants to win future election.
“When we make reference to unity, it should not be a parochial agenda aimed at marketing some individuals. The unity drive should be all-encompassing driven by the passion and desire to repair the cracks that led to the 2016 [electoral defeat],” he said.
According to Rawlings, a unity walk should not widen the cracks and divide the supporters of a party that wants to be in charge of the reigns of the country soon.
He said the current executives is alienating many of the valuable talents in the party “who should be used to elevate the party back to the heights that our rivals were envious of.”