What appears to be Dr. Wereko-Brobbey’s continuous bashing of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) leadership in connection with the election petition hearing, has incurred the party’s youth who have threatened to crush him.
The former Volta River Authority Chief Executive on Thursday gave more credence to his claim that the NPP leadership is to be blamed for the party’s defeat in the 2012 general elections.
Several NPP bigwigs including the General Secretary, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie and his predecessor Nana Ohene Ntow have downplayed Dr. Wereko-Brobbey’s claim.
A former National Youth Organizer of the NPP, Anthony Abayifa Karbo, in an interview with Citi News, described Dr. Wereko-Brobbey as an “NDC mole” priding himself as a leading NPP member.
“If Wereko-Brobbey decides he is no more interested in the party and has joined another party, or is working for another president, he can go ahead and leave us alone.”
He said Dr. Wereko-Brobbey’s “reckless and irresponsible statements” were born out of his hatred for the party’s leadership, who turned down his application for appointment as Director of research and elections for the 2012 general elections.
Anthony Karbo fumed: “We the grass root members are fed up with the likes of Wereko-Brobbey and by this notice we are sending a very strong indication to him to stay out of our issues and stay out of our party, or else we will deal with him mercilessly.”
According to Karbo, the NPP is bigger than personalities, and that Dr. Wereko-Brobbey’s continuous reference to the late Victor Owusu as his uncle was neither here nor there.
“If you are Victor Owusu’s nephew, so what? We should give him a standing ovation because he is Victor Owusu’s nephew; we have passed that stage, and we those at the lower level of the party will not countenance his behavior.”
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