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NDM Party spin doctor quits

By William Madouk

Spokesperson for the National Democratic Movement party allied to Dr. Lam Akol, has resigned position and party membership.

Mahmoud Abdelraham Akot cites bad leadership as a reason for his resignation.

Mr. Akot was appointed to the position of NDM party spokesperson in 2021, to replace his predecessor, David Lual, who also resigned from the post.

In a statement seen by this outlet, Mr. Akot stated that he would no longer be in the NDM party and work in harmony with the head, Dr. Lam Akol, due to a number of reasons.

“I hereby tender my resignation as a spokesperson and member of the NDM. This comes after my observation that we obviously cannot work together in harmony based on a number of reasons,” he said in a statement, dated August 18, addressed to Dr. Lam Akol.

According to quitting party spin doctor, he tendered resignation because of lack of priorities and structure within the movement.

“I see that the movement’s priorities and structure are not going well due to contradictions and double standards that have appeared in your leadership recently in many situations related to the public interest in the country,” he noted.

The former party mouthpiece, in his missive to the boss, unleashed insidious foul ploys within the political entity.

“The nature of your leadership in the movement is the worst, due to the bad practices towards some members, such as conspiracy, negligence, and marginalization of some members, just for superficial considerations,” added Akot.

Mr. Akot, despite exiting the system, ended his resignation latter on appreciative note.

“Allow me to take this opportunity to thank you for the opportunity you have given me to serve NDM and our masses,” he continued.

However, efforts by No. 1 Citizen Daily Newspaper to reach Mr. Mahmoud Abdelraham Akot for further comments were successful as his known contacts could not be reached.

National Democratic Movement party leadership was not immediately available to comment on this matter by press time.

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