Wa, May 18, GNA – The Upper West Regional branch of the June Four Movement has asked Nana Konadu Agyemang-Rawlings, a former First Lady, to come out clear if she no longer wants the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to use the party logo which she now claims as her property,
“We are at a loss as to whether she is against the use of the logo because it is her intellectual property, and since it is not clear. Clarification is demanded from her”, the Movement said in a statement issued at Wa.
The statement signed by Mr. Geoffrey Tuu, the Movement's the Regional Secretary, said even if the logo was the intellectual property of the former First Lady she should have seen it as her contribution to the party she benefitted from and is still benefiting from.
“Indeed she benefited most from the party more than anybody else and it is surprising to see a former First Lady reducing herself to pettiness,” the statement said.
It said it was painful for party faithful when they hear some of these utterances just because President John Atta Mills would not bow to the machinations of former President Jerry John Rawlings and his wife.
The Movement accused the former First Lady and her husband of becoming the campaign managers of the New Patriotic Party through their actions.