Fahngon Descends On CDC Officials – Says They Are Deceiving Partisans About Getting Jobs In Government
On Wednesday, CDC Chairman Mulbah Morlu announced at a major news conference at which he said that it was time that CDCians take back their jobs from the opposition working in the current administration.
But in an apparent harsh reaction, Deputy Minister Fahngon took to Facebook saying that the CDC has always been playing the blame game that the opposition has taken away jobs belonging to CDCians.
Fahngon said partisans of the CDC must erase the “this is our government and that’s our time to work” notion.
He noted that the government cannot absorb partisans or the supporters of the CDC in government in just two years noting that the Civil Service order and other laws prohibit such venture.
He also termed as very poor the communication and propaganda strategy of the Coalition for Democratic Change.
He asserted that every government official and partisans of the CDC want to serve as spokespersons for the government.
Meanwhile Eugene Fahngon, however, predicted that the CDC-led government will be defeated in the 2023 presidential elections as was done in 2005 and 2011 if the ruling party does not stop acting like a single political party instead of a tripartite Coalition involving the CDC, NPP and the LPDP.
According to Minister Fahngon, other members of the coalition like the NPP and LPDP are feeling disappointed on the unilateral decision always taken single-handedly by the Congress for Democratic Change without regarding them.