DOME KWABENYA HAS FALLEN (PART 1)

Hon Hadji Mustaphar

I have tried as hard as I can to keep quiet but the harder I try the difficult it is for me to keep mute, because the God( Allah) given conscience, wouldn’t let me be unless I say it (them).

Dome Kwabenya has fallen into the hands of the wrong people who were the wrong choices we all made in the previous constituency elections.

These same people are staging a come back with zero or nothing as achievements to show.

There are more revelations and questions which are begging for answers and this will interest all in Dome Kwabenya.
We can make it a better place but we need people with leadership ideology, paint the future for us all and make us all see the future together and work towards it.

Those who we elected have failed us and we don’t need explanations or excuses we need accountability for the following;
?proceeds from the welfare bus.
?monies from the adoption of the constituency from well meaning cadres, comrades and fellow Akatamansonians .
?and other donations that were made to the constituency during the 2020 elections.

A very fundamental and principle hallmark of any leader irrespective of your position is accounting to the very people whose mandate you seek and was given the chance the lead, when accounting to the people are successfully done then one can come and ask for another term in office. I suppose this a fair thing to do and it also shows how sincere and how you don’t take the people for granted.
If not you can’t turn a blind eye and try to seek for another mandate to lead again.

We won’t sit and allow this to happen and next time be blaming ourselves, accountability or you will have yourselves to blame when you try coming round .

“One isn’t necessarily born with courage, but one is born with potential. Without courage, we cannot practice any other virtue with consistency. We can’t be kind, true, merciful, generous, or honest.

The leadership of Dome kwabenya NDC have failed us and must be voted out is as simple as ABC.

Some were never seen any where during the heated electioneering season while others were busy filling their pockets and homes with cash and goodies allocated for the campaign.

Some Elected members didn’t know their left from their right kept wondering of were to fit amidst Autocratic leadership.

We voted, we tasted your style of leadership and we have regretted voting for you we are saying enough is enough let no one be deceived that they will maintain their positions, a word to the wise is enough.

We need leaders who can call for unity, stability, lead us all along and work in cohesion with his/ her parliamentary candidate.

I am once again standing up for the rights of those who can’t speak their mind, my courage is beyond any boundary I speak to power.

Hon Hadji Mustaphar… ✍?

I shall return with the 21 mystery questions.

Shalom – Peace and blessing be upon all.

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