The newly elected National Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Joshua Hamidu Akamba has set himself up for inexorable criticisms and attacks after openly describing himself as more “gentleman” than the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong. Mr. Akamba was questioned on Asempa Fm’s political talk show “Ekosiisen” about his perceived abrasive nature which according to observers will cause the NDC’s defeat in the 2020 elections. “I’m an Organizer, if you say I’m abrasive then the worst is Ken Agyapong (MP for Assin Central) but they still won power, he is an MP and a sponsor of the NPP, his character and conduct didn’t cause the NPP’s defeat in 2016. He’s worst, I’m more gentle than him, as for Ken Agyapong he can even swear by God to do this or that, if people are okay with him why not me? Aside the overwhelming condemnations pouring in for Mr. Akamba on social media platforms, the UK Branch Deputy Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. Eric Amofa has fiercely condemned the comments by the NDC National Organiser. According to him, Mr. Akamba in his “confused minds” could have been pardoned for his grubby comments if he had probably compared himself with the NPP National Organiser, Sammy Awuku, they are all in the same position. “It is evidently clear that Akamba is confused and cannot define his role properly. Kennedy is not a National Organiser of NPP or any political party. He is an MP who talks with facts and evidences. He does not hold any national office so why do you compare yourself with him,” Mr. Amofa said. The UK based NPP Deputy Organiser said that, “there is a clear distinction between Akamba and Kennedy Agyapong. And the difference is that Ken speaks his mind, he is truthful, factual and unbiased about matters of national interest, but Akamba is snobbish, full of himself and propagandist”. Mr. Amofa who is also a Social Activist and Financial Analyst said that, Mr. Akamba could do his party the NDC more good than harm if he learnt to always address issues rather than attacking personalities. Saying, “That is the politics of yesterday and it’s for the preschoolers”. Even though Mr. Akamba’s style of approaching issues has been criticized by many as one that will not inure to the benefit of the NDC or appeal to floating voters, he is of strong conviction that he is the best man to attract floating voters to the NDC in 2020 election.