The attention of the Eastern Regional Secretariat of the National Democratic Congress has been drawn to yet another raw and deliberate insults from insane David Prah, the Eastern Regional Communication Director, aimed at bringing the name of His Excellency John Mahama, the Former President of the Republic of Ghana to public ridicule.
The above mentioned character, David Prah, resorted to insults because he couldnt comprehend, owing to his lack of common sense, the former president’s call for a stakeholders review conference to address the challenges that has characterized the Free Senior High School programme with the aim of improving the quality of second cycle education in the country.
His Excellency, John Mahama, said nothing wrong to warrant such abusive words from an obviously mentally deranged character of an Eastern Regional Communication Director, David Prah, especially when other prominent Ghanaians such as Madam Sophia Akuffo, the Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana, Hon. Dr. Addo Kuffuor, Hon Ken Ofori Atta, Christian Council, and others have all made such calls for a stakeholders review conference to address the challenges facing the implementation of the Free Senior High School policy.
We are by this release sending a strong warning to the NPP particularly in the Eastern Region that they will leave us with no choice than to discern heavily on Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo any day any of their officers insult His Excellency John Mahama.
We believe that politics and political communication must grow above insults in our current dispensation and for that matter we are focused on raising issues on policies to help shape our country, but we wouldn’t hesitate to respond in an equal measure should the NPP attack His Excellency John Mahama in such manner ever again.
We call on the NPP to call David Prah to order and deemphasize the use of foul, vulgar and abusive language in an otherwise civil discourse we have experienced over the years!!
DARLAS AMPOMAH WILLIAMS
EASTERN REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER – NDC
SUNDAY, 7TH OCTOBER 2018