A Leading Member of the People's National Convention
(PNC) in the Upper West Region, Dr Edward Gyader
, has called for fair play in politics and the democratic administration of the country.
said, would make it possible for Ghanaians to unite.
"Pluralism in democracy is best for the country and if that is the path we have chosen, we have to adhere to it", he
Speaking at a get-together organised by the PNC
in Wa, Dr Gyader
cited the political situation in Cote d' Ivoire and said the National Democratic Congress
(NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) had taken Ghanaians for a ride for too long and that it was time the PNC
was considered as the third force.
Tracing the history of the PNC
from the days of Dr Hilla Limann, Dr Gyader
expressed regret that the party had been tagged as a northern party and added that those who were breaking the front of the party would soon be weeded out.
Dr Gyader, who is also the Dean of the University for Development Studies' Medical School and an aspiring National Chairman of the PNC, paid tribute to the late Dr Limann and urged all who believed in the principles of the PNC to forge ahead in unity.