Grenada’s ruling party chairman accuses PM Thomas

Glen Noel accused fellow lawmakers and leaders in the ruling National Democratic Congress of plotting to remove Tillman Thomas as prime minister.

ST.GEORGE’S, Grenada, Apr. 26, CMC – The rifts in Grenada’s ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) appeared to widen deeper on Thursday with the party chairman accusing the party leader — Prime Minister Tillman Thomas – of fuelling division through “dangerous general characterisations” rather than unifying the party.

As increasing talk about disunity in the NDC makes the rounds in St George’s, Prime Minister Thomas has gone on record as saying on separate occasions he is fighting leftists and evil in his movement. His minister of information, Glen Noel, has also made claims of party in-fighting, saying cabinet colleagues were plotting the prime minister’s removal from office.

But Acting Chairman Stanford Simon, who is also a pastor, acknowledged that his NDC government was “not performing” and said what is needed now is a different style of leadership that will heal the nation rather than divide it.

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