Im A "Winnable Candidate"; I Dont Need JJ Or Nana Konadu Claims Mills

Friends of Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings (FONKAR) is laying blame at the doorstep of the leader of the party; President J.E.A. Mills for perpetuating the cracks of division within the NDC which they claimed have deepened to almost unbearable proportions. The group claims issues of corruption, obvious mismanagement and lack of accountability by the Mills government and some party executives are sinking the NDC ship. FONKAR, which went on a transitory hibernation, noted that their fleeting silence on the media landscape created the false impression that FONKAR has been dissolved or silenced. Announcing its decision to return to the media domain and speak up on issues of national concern, FONKAR, in a statement issued on Monday, descended heavily on President Mills for purportedly saying at a recent Peduase Lodge meeting that he is a winnable candidate without the founder of the party, ex-president Jerry John Rawlings at his side. In a meeting with some party executives and government appointees at the Peduase Lodge a few days ago, President Evans Atta Mills emphatically stated he wanted nothing to do with the party founder and Nana Konadu. Mills further added that he is a winnable candidate who neither needs J.J. Rawlings nor Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings to win the 2012 general election. We have no doubt that this decision by the president is a product of ill-advise from the same sycophants, flatterers and ingrates who are bent on taking the NDC into opposition and destroy the Rawlings legacy for their own parochial interests, the statement said. Read below the full statement: