National Organiser for the opposition National Democratic Congress has hinted the party will soon institute measures to sanction party members that have been engaging in media blame games and name calling.
According to Kofi Adams, the raging blame games on the various media platforms are having negative effects on the NDC and must be curtailed.
Adams was speaking to host of Abusua Nkommo, Kwame Adinkrah on the recent in-fighting that has engulfed the party since suffering a humiliating defeat in the December elections of 2016.
He said, “Kwame the talking is becoming too much and and it’s not helping the party at all…in fact it is rather hurting and diving our front.”
“If the blame game continues as it is going now, we may have to invoke some disciplinary measures to deal with such loose talkers who have made it their business to wash the party’s linen in public and causing us so much disaffection,” he revealed.
Kofi Adams has meanwhile denied hoarding party materials meant for campaign to his personal benefit.
“It is never true I kept T-shirts in my house during the elections…in fact if you come to my house now, the only campaign materials you will see are the shirts I wore during the elections activities,” he disclosed.