Stephen Atubiga, a suspended member of the oppostion National Democratic Congress (NDC) and failed presidential aspirant is due to establish his own political party which he named; National Liberation Congress (NLC).
Stephen Atubiga shared the symbol of the party, which has the motto; ‘probity, accountability and social justice’, on his facebook wall Thursday night.
Prior to the release of the official symbol of the party he intends to establish, Mr. Atubiga gave hints about the future of his political career, after being hit by suspension from the party he went to jail because of.
“… the countdown is getting closer soon towards the new direction of my political ambitions, your prayers are needed for this bold step.
Love you all,” Atubiga wrote in one of his Facebook posts recently.
In another social media post GhanaVanguard.com had a sight of; Atubiga hinted that “something big” will take place in the country which will “shake the foundation” of what is now suspected to be the NDC party.
“Something big will be happening in Ghana very soon. Very positive news to shake the foundation of???????????? Soon,” part of a post he made on Facebook last week reads.
In March, 2021, Stephen Atubiga was suspended from the opposition NDC, after he refused to apologize to Prof. Joshua Alabi for some disparaging comments he [Atubiga] made against him.
Though Mr. Atubiga accepted in a meeting with the party’s Functional Executive Committee (FEC), to apologize to the John Mahama 2020 campaign manager, he never acted. This subsequently led to his suspension from the party.