He believes that the image of the country’s politics and politicians would look better with the “well-to-do” including pastors, Imams and chiefs joining in.
The young politician in an interraction on Royal FM’s morning show said it is unfair for a certain class of people to be criticized for venturing into the political arena.
“Ghanaians have developed the idea that politics is a dirty game which such noble personalities shouldn’t be associated with”.
He criticized the negative behaviour of some citizens who employ technology to edit the images of political leaders on social media to defames their personalities and sought to debunk the notion that the politics as is being conducted in Ghana is dirty.
Hon.Yammin noted that political factionalism is everywhere and even in the church. ‘‘When a leader is needed in the church,the church members are made to vote and at that moment factionalism takes place’’, he noted.
Speaking about factionalism in the NPP, he stated that the way forward for the party will be very difficult especially with a murder case hanging around their necks; a situation he describes as unfortunate. He has strong doubts the NPP can recover as a strong party to win the 2016 general elections.
He was also worried that the NPP would blame the party’s chairman Afoko and general secretary Kwabena Agyepong if they loose the 2016 elections which he stressed ‘‘definitely the NPP will loose the 2016 general polls.