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CPP Needs A General Secretary That Bears Characteristics Of Nkrumah...I Am That Person! - Kabila
 
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31-Aug-2015  
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James Kwabena Bomfeh Jnr, also called Kabila, has likened his political capabilities to that of the superior leadership qualities of Ghana's First President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.

Making his submissions on Peace FM's "Kokrokoo", the Convention People's Party (CPP) General Secretary Aspirant, urged his delegates to elect leaders who bear the characteristics of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah in order to revamp the CPP.

According to him, when elected General Secretary of the CPP, he will entirely devote his time and energy to the service of the party.

To him, he does not aspire to be General Secretary "to work as part time General Secretary. I’m going to be a full-time General Secretary and that’s what the party needs today. Unlike UGCC, during its establishment; one particular problem they had was that all the leaders were engaging in politics under vocation – part time – They were engaged in business in their practice at the court and so forth. This is why they saw that they needed somebody who is, dynamic, vibrant and energetic…And they brought in Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. You need somebody with that characteristic to head the Secretariat of the party.”

In his concluding remarks, the CPP Aspirant believed the party Congress "will be a contest between choosing those who will rebuild the party or those who will further disintegrate the party. Factionalism, divisiveness is not an option.”
 
 
 
Source: Adu Gyamfi Ameyaw/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana/email address: [email protected]
 
 

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