Alhaji Sinare: “NPP has no track record of good governance. “Alhaji Said Sinare, who served as Ghana’s ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt during the previous National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration, has argued that the NPP has not advanced beyond the rationale of its ideological origins and has instead become a mere ballot paper alternative to the NDC and the entire nation so far as the development of democracy is concerned.
After over seven years in power, the NPP lacks an ideological identity, coherent policy, and a history of good governance that would serve the needs of Ghanaians, according to a Facebook post by Alhaji Said Sinare.
He claimed that the party has continued to be an aberration and an embarrassment to the people of this nation.
His remarks reflect his stance on the recently concluded NPP presidential primaries, which were held on August 26, 2023, and in which Alhaji Bawumia won.
He claims that Dr. Bawumia’s victory in the most recent primaries has confirmed his claim that the party is just a ballot-paper alternative.
NPP has no track record of good governance.”
He claimed that after he had led this nation into an economic crisis, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s election at the NPP’s super delegate conference had been seen as a grave political error. The country’s chief economist, the central bank, was building an office complex worth more than US$250 million while the average Ghanaian does not have the purchasing power to pay for it, he said.
The founder of Zongo for NDC, Alhaji Said Sinare, has stated that the party’s presidential candidate, John Dramani Mahama, will defeat anyone put forth by the New Patriotic Party because the NPP as a political party has nothing to offer Ghanaians. Sinare combed the length and breadth of the country and expended his energy and resources just to ensure President Mahama secured the needed and expected Muslim votes in the 2020 general elections.
Alhaji Said Sinare, the founder of Zongo for NDC, made an appeal to Ghanaians to vote his National Democratic Congress back into power. Sinare said it was crucial for Ghanaians to align themselves with the formidable John Dramani Mahama of the National Democratic Congress, who has the ability to deliver the country from its current woes.