…For Supporting New Voters Register
Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has directed the transport manager of Groupe Nduom to retrieve the Dodge Rum used by the General Secretary of the party Mr. Murtala Mohammed for supporting the EC’s position to compile a new register.
In a whatsapp conversation between the General Secretary and the transport manager sited by The New Crusading Guide on Thursday April 2, the manager said ‘the oldman (referring to Nduom) say you for bring back the car’. In a response the GS said ‘Just send a mail’. On Friday April 3, Mr. Murtala Mohammed wrote on his wall “Those who saw me walking today nu, its bcos i parted ways with my bae. There’s is nothing wrong Jah made, everything is perfect. And nothing is permanent. ALLAH
This authenticated our source that, indeed the car indeed has been taken away from him. When we contacted Mr. Murtala Mohammed on the matter, He confirmed that he has returned the car and that there was nothing unusual about it. Regarding the rumor of supporting the Electoral Commission and defying the party, the General Secretary decline to comment on it.
It will be recalled that, Mr. Murtala Mohammed took on Imani Africa on his Facebook page and questioned their sincerity to the state and on whether they are working in the interest of the state or for their pay masters. This did not go well with his party and the party wrote a press statement to dissociate themselves from the article and ask him to apologize to the party. The General Secretary has refused to apology to Imani Africa till date.
The faith of the General Secretary is currently in limbo as the party has not been able to determine what punishment will be meted out to him for refusing to apologize to Imani Africa publicly.
Looking at Mr. Murtala Mohammed’s background from his CPP days, the party will have a hard time dealing with him. It doesn’t look like everything is rosy with party currently.
This is not the first time Dr. Nduom has collected his car from party people. Akua Donkor also suffered the same faith after the 2012 election.