Your ‘pull-him-down’ can’t destroy me: Allotey to NDC

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former NDC Central Regional Chairman, Bernard Allotey Jacobs

Following his suspension from the NDC over “anti-party conduct”, the former NDC Central Regional Chairman, Bernard Allotey Jacobs, has fired back at the executives of the party, cautioning them that they cannot ruin his life with their ‘pull-him-down’ attitude.

Speaking on Peace FM yesterday, he warned that attempts to bring him down for saying the truth about the NDC will not work.

“The truth is that nothing surpasses God. The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the God of Ishmael; He’s one God, nothing surpasses Him. The faceless, the boneless, the shapeless God; He who says and it is done is the one I serve. I love God. To all my opponents and enemies, the truth is that don’t blame Allotey Jacobs. Blame God. It is by His grace and His mercy that I’ve been where I am,” he said.

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Suspension

The NDC on Wednesday suspended Mr Allotey Jacobs for his “consistent anti-party conduct.”

The party says the decision was taken after a meeting of its Functional Executive Committee (FEC).

Mr Allotey Jacobs has, however, stated that he is not moved by the suspension.

“I have my own independent mind and I will always stand for the truth, and if the party dislikes it and, for that reason, they are suspending me, that’s beautiful,” he had stated earlier.

He also said he received the decision wholeheartedly, and has no intention of challenging the party’s decision. He will, nonetheless, continue to offer honest opinions on various radio and TV stations, provided he is given the platform to comment on issues.

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The former Central Regional Chairman of the party, however, denied claims that he is in bed with the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP).

“Facts are facts. When something is good about the NPP, I will say it, likewise when it is wrong. There is a need for us to change the kind of narrative or political discourse. We need to help grow our politics in this country,” he added.

 

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