Ashanti Regional Secretary of National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kwame Zu, asserts the seat saved for his gathering’s flag bearer during Ghana’s 63rd Independence Day festivity held in Kumasi throughout the end of the week, doesn’t befit the status of a previous President.
He blamed coordinators for the service of being prejudicial in the determination of seats saved for Ex-Prez John Dramani Mahama, who by chance didn’t appear at the capacity.
“The seats (seat) held for previous presidents were not quite the same as one another, with that of previous President John Mahama unmistakably of second rate quality. What previous President Kufour sat on was clearly for recognized characters; ideal for individuals of more significant position authority.”
“Why at that point would they need to save a barbering salon seat for ex-President Mahama at such an event? It doesn’t show regard!” he smoldered in a meeting on NEAT FM’s morning show ‘Ghana Montie’.
Previous President Mahama’s nonattendance at the 63rd Independence Day festivity in Kumasi has produced a few conversation via web-based networking media when an image circulated around the web of the empty seat held for him.
Some political watchers, particularly individuals from the resistance NDC, trust it was an intentional abnormality by the State Protocol to hold a seat for the ex-president, what it’s identity is accounted for, imparted his nonattendance to the coordinators, days before the occasion.
Kwame Zu told have Kwesi Aboagye that the viral dissemination of that empty seat was “planned for discoloring the picture of their flagbearer” – who he asserted is ready to unseat President Nana Addo in the up and coming December 7, surveys.