0 0

Stop your thugs: Mahama to Akufo-Addo

headlines 0 0

Former President John Mahama has condemned the thuggery being perpetrated by some supporters of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) through vigilante groups such as Delta Force and Invincible Forces.

At a meeting with his former appointees on 28 March, Mr Mahama said the NPP and the government cannot use thuggery to retrieve allegedly missing state cars as being perpetrated by the Invincible Forces in particular.

“If you cannot look for vehicles in a more civilised manner than having troops going into people’s houses, breaking down their gates and say you are looking for vehicles, you cannot go to DVLA and look through the database and find out what government vehicles are available, then what kind of efficiency do we have in government?,” Mr Mahama wondered, adding: “Just this morning, I heard Agyekum’s [former MP for Nkoranza South] house was raided. … And they [NPP] will always come back and apologise because those are not vehicles that belong to the state.”

“Government is saying they cannot look for an efficient manner of looking for vehicles than forming storm troops to raid people’s house and I think that it is wrong. I am going to have the opportunity to tell Nana Addo that they should stop this … this cannot continue, this thuggery is not good for our country and the point is we thought we had a good transition.

“…This [incident] serves as examples that make it difficult in future when there is another transition for another government to restrain party supporters. All the thuggery removing people from office, beating people is unfortunate. We must say it in the strongest terms and if the heed it fine, if they don’t, it is a learning process for our whole country.”

Source: Ghana/AccraFM.com/100.5FM

Related Articles


    No comments to display
1 2

Post a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*

  This is an error message

© - 2015 Class Media Group All rights reserved.


Subscribe to our newsletter to received updates on Class FM. By subscribing, you agree to our terms and conditions