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NDC National Executives Criticized by Suhuyini for Overstepping Their Role by Attempting to Coach Parliament.

Tamale North’s Member of Parliament, Alhassan Suhuyini, has criticized the national leadership of his party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), for neglecting their core responsibilities. Suhuyini expressed his displeasure in a recent interview on Pan African TV, where he slammed the leadership’s decision to coach parliament, saying it was counterproductive.

According to Suhuyini, the NDC leadership should be focused on managing the party’s affairs and working alongside parliament. He lamented that instead of complementing the efforts of parliamentarians, the executives were sitting on the sidelines, trying to coach parliament, which he believes is not the way to achieve victory in the 2024 elections.

Suhuyini urged the party leaders to understand that the upcoming elections would not be won in parliament or by any parliamentarian’s efforts alone. He stressed that the national organizers, women’s organizers, chairmen, and secretary, should be mobilizing people on the streets to complement the work of parliament.

Suhuyini has been a vocal opponent of the recent changes in the Minority Caucus leadership, which saw the removal of Haruna Iddrisu as Minority Leader and Cassiel Ato Forson’s appointment as his replacement. These changes were made just a month after Johnson Asiedu Nketiah became National Chairman.

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