Sekou Nkrumah, the last born of Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah has described the presidency of the late Prof. Evans Atta Mills as a disaster and that of John Mahama even worse than his predecessor.
Sekou made these comments when sharing his views on the dominant NDC and NPP politics as seen in Ghana today.
The son of Ghana’s founding father who is now a fierce critic of the NDC said he joined the NDC in the year 2007 following the absence of seriousness in CPP, a party founded and once led by his father.
According to Sekou, he was happy when the late Atta Mills was to lead the NDC as he saw it to be a path towards the provision of progressive leadership for Ghana but later during the tenure of Mills, Sekou said he got to know that he was wrong about the thoughts he had about Prof. Mills.
Sekou however made it clear that he is not a member of the ruling NPP and had never been a member of the party but had supported them in 1996 when the party was in opposition till their was a change in government which saw Former President Kuffour becoming the president.
Sekou further indicated that his support for the NPP is a protest against the NDC and will continue to support the NPP until NDC comes up with a solid leadership befitting of what he calls; leftist inspirations.