Source: The Chronicle
The Brong-Ahafo Regional branch of the 31st December Women's Movement has taken a swipe at the founder and leader of the Movement, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, describing her recent utterances and actions as malicious and divisive
to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government, which could affect the fortunes of the party in the 2012 general elections.
The women noted that the former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings has been propagating very injurious and divisive statement about the current NDC government in almost all the regions, under the charade of embarking on a nationwide thank you tour.
In a statement signed by the Brong-Ahafo Regional Coordinator of the Movement, Madam Comfort Ackah, and in a follow up interview with her, she noted that the founder and leader of the 31st December Women's Movement has been riding at the back of FONKAR, to pursue her destructive agenda of the NDC.
According to the women, Nana Konadu should rather use her status as the former first lady of this country for 8 years on the ticket of the NDC to preach unity, after the party's National Special Delegates' Congress, rather than sowing seeds of discord.
They noted that it is unfortunate for the former First Lady and her cohorts to adopt such a divisive means to undermine the President Mills lead government, just because she lost in the contest for the flagbearership.
The women have, therefore, called for the disbandment of FONKAR and all other splinter groups within the NDC for peace and unity to prevail, and to ensure that victory is guaranteed in 2012 general elections.
"FONKAR and all other splinter groups within the party must be stopped, for the party to thrive in unity for victory in 2012", they stressed.
The Brong-Ahafo branch of 31st December Women's Movement called on Nana Konadu to desist from the negative utterances against the Mills led administration, and inciting the youth against government, since it could cause great damage to the party in the elections.
Nana Konadu should preach the 'Better Ghana Agenda' of the government to the electorate, for them to support and make brighter the chances of the NDC in 2012 elections.
Madam Comfort Ackah appealed to the former First Lady to forget what happened before, during and after the Delegates' congress, and team up with the party and government.
The Regional Coordinator called on all NDC faithful nationwide, not to heed to any divisive comments that could affect the fortunes of the party in 2012, but to close their ranks to ensure total unity and victory.