Bernard Mornah, a former National Chairman of the People’s National Convention (PNC), has declared there is no hope for the party to win the Presidential and Parliamentary elections in Ghana.
The former Chairman, making his submissions on Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’ show, expressed disappointment in his party.
Disclosing that the leadership of the party has sidelined him following his removal as National Chairman, Bernard Mornah revealed that the PNC is heavily disunited.
He doesn’t believe the party can make any progress in the country’s elections given their present circumstances.
“If care is not taken, going forward, we won’t even get zero. Because given the level of disunity amongst us, I feel very sad,” he briefly informed the public while he was being questioned by his co-panelist, Nana Akomea, the Chief Executive Officer of the Intercity State Transport Corporation (STC), on sharing his thoughts about the PNC.