We do not need to be soothsayers to be able to predict that the NDC as far as their parliamentary representation is concerned is in tatters.
Neither do we need to be gifted with the traits of discernment and clairvoyance to be able to decipher the reasons Ablakwa has given in his resignation from the Appointments Committee letter to the Speaker of Parliament are far cries from the real issues behind his action.
While some conspiracy theorists would like to assign other motives for this decision, it is important to stress that Ablakwa’s anger has everything to do with the way and manner Haruna Iddrisu has been handling the affairs of the caucus.
Clearly, there is leadership paralysis on the part of the Minority. The Haruna Iddrisu-led team has failed to carry out the decisions and dictates of the party in the discharge of their parliamentary businesses.
Recent approvals by consensus and those supported by some MPs from the Minority of the nominees of President Akufo-Addo has become a nightmare to some of the Mahama group members.
Ablakwa and his other pro-Mahama gangs believe Haruna Iddrisu is subtly projecting himself to the top by undermining Mr. Mahama.
Unable to contain these happenings any longer, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has chosen the easy way out. All is not well with the NDC!
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.