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20-Jul-2011  
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Embattled National Chairman of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), Ladi Nylander, has described the party’s National Youth Organiser, James Kwabena Bomfeh, current Women’s Organiser, Hajia Hamdatu and one-time flagbearer aspirant of the CPP, Professor Badu Akosa, as “institutional problems” within the party.

He attributes the inability on the part of the CPP to win the 2008 general elections on the actions of the above executives claiming “they were unfaithful to the party they belonged to”.

He revealed that in their grand design to destroy the party, the afore-mentioned individuals begun raising issues about some wack S.F.O. report about their presidential candidate, Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom, two weeks into the general elections.

“Virtually two weeks when people were getting ready to go and cast their votes, they raised issues about S.F.O. Now, when Kabila was asked he didn’t deny that he said so, when Hajia Hamdatu was asked, she didn’t deny that she said those things and as for Akosa, we all know what he did,” he said.

Mr. Ladi Nylander maintained that there is no doubt that those three executives had serious issues with the CPPs 2008 Presidential candidate and did all they could to derail and scuttle his chances of winning the 2008 elections.

“…people will not vote for a party whose National Youth Organizer, Women’s Organizer and a leading member have teamed up against their flagbearer,” he added.
 





National Youth Organiser, James Kwabena Bomfeh (Kabila)
It is for this reason, he said, that the CPP will go for an early congress between now and December to elect party executives, in order to sieve out anyone who will try to counter the party’s decision and flagbearer. He admitted that the party was caught off-guard by the actions of especially James Kwabena Bomfeh.

“So, we will now have the time to access what National Youth Organizer, your Women’s Organizer is capable of doing…We didn’t know very well who they were, they had not been tried and tested, this is the first time we are working with them and therefore, they do things like that. But if you get to know them, you spend two to three months before election starts, and you know what they are capable of, then of course, you take steps to protect yourself,” he said.
 
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