February 26, 2013

The Member of Parliament for Kpandai, Mathew Nyindam has described the alleged machinations of the Electoral Commission and the NDC which resulted in the NPP’s loss in the 2012 presidential elections, as akin to being “raped.”

Speaking on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem morning show on Tuesday 26, 2013, Mathew Nyindam said “NPP has been raped (in the December elections) and we will look for Justice, that’s why we are in court,” adding that the quest for justice was non-negotiable.

The Kpandai MP expressed surprise at the recent utterances of persons described as leading members of the NPP who have criticized the decision party’s 2012 flagbearer, Nana Akufo-Addo; running mate; Dr Mahamudu Bawumia and chairman, Jake Obetsebi-Lamptey, to contest the results of the election in court as well as the selected walk out of Minority MPs, saying such persons were either ill-informed or were being mischievous.

In particular, he wondered why Mr Kwame Pianim, who had just a few months ago, advised the NPP to go to court to seek redress, would now say it was a waste of time and a sign of intellectual weakness.

Former Chief Executive of the Volta River Authority and the Ghana@50 celebrations, Charles Wereko-Brobby and renowned economist Kwame Pianim have in recent times criticized the decision by the NPP national