Fuseini Adil, a popular radio presenter in the Upper West Region known as Supremo, has shared his opinion on the upcoming National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary primaries election. In his view, the delegates are engaging in too much negative campaigning and mudslinging against each other, which could harm the party’s unity and chances of success.
Supremo pointed out that after the primaries, the winner would need the support of their fellow contestants and delegates to campaign and win the parliamentary seat. However, with the way they are throwing shots and dirtying each other’s images, he wonders how they will come together and campaign as a united front.
He stressed that it would be better for the candidates to focus on their messages and policies rather than resorting to insults and allegations. Supremo believes that a positive campaign could unite the party and attract more voters, improving their chances of winning the parliamentary seat.