NPP leadership “not fit for purpose”, says Musah Superior
Iddrisu Musah – popularly known as Musah Superior – a general secretary aspirant of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), has lashed out at the current leaders of the party for failing to live up to members’ expectations, describing them as “not fit for purpose”.
Superior’s comment comes ahead of the NPP elections in July for national executives to steer the affairs of the party.
“I think that the current general secretary [John Boadu] and any other officer currently serving should [be let] go! I don’t think they are fit for purpose.
“I believe that there are brighter and more intelligent people who can better work in that capacity for the party,” Superior declared.
“We need good, assertive leadership that will ensure that we can cohesively and more strongly work to achieve the party’s aims.
“This party was built on selfless values. Now we see elected members declaring their support for people. This is reckless and undermines the cohesion and unity of the party,” Musah Superior said.