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The NDC party is a sweet family, I can’t be with ‘dictator’ Nana Addo - Sam George

By Clement Edward Kumsah
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The NDC’s parliamentary candidate for Ningo-Prampram, Sam Dzata George has described the party's campaign launch held at the Cape Coast Stadium over the weekend as a massive earthquake adding that the complete display of unity by the leadership of the party cannot be glossed over.

Speaking on Peace FM's ‘Kokrokoo’ show, Sam George noted that the joyous embrace enthusiastic party people offered president John Mahama and his wife upon arrival at the events grounds solidified believe in the president’s leadership.

The plump party man who works at the presidency opined he wouldn’t trade the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for any other party stressing no Ghanaian party has yet exhibited such togetherness as the NDC did over the weekend.He remarked the "dictatorial emperor", Nana Addo was unreceptive of dissenting views underlying that he was the proverbial king who was naked yet could not be told.

The NDC in contrast he declared was a family of hope: "…is the party that shows hope. That is the party where we’re able to tolerate dissent and converging opinions. That’s why we call ourselves Congress. The umbrella is big to accommodate all of us. I will accept and live in a party and be a proud member of a party that is tolerant of divergent opinions than to live under a dictatorship of an emperor who’s naked and he doesn’t even know he’s naked.”