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How dare you demand for Short Commission’s Report - Saka Salia jabs minority

Justice Emile Short Presents Report To President Akufo Addo Justice Emile Short presenting its report to President Akufo-Addo

Sat, 1 Jun 2019 Source:

Mr. Saka Salia, a member of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has rebuked the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) for unwarranted call on President Akufo-Addo to publish the Emile Short Commission’s report when the constition has stipulated the duration for holding on such document.

According to him, the NDC has this attitude to distorting issues and make noise even when there was no cause for alarm to score cheap political points especially when they have little or nothing to complain about.

‘The law stipulates that within six month the president has total control on the report, so in any case if the minority will have it legitimacy to call on the president to publish the report then it will be after the sixth month,’ he suggested.

In an interview with Kwabena Agyapong on Rainbow Radio 87.5 Fm he criticized NDC communicators who believe the report will give the legislators border knowledge on the issue to deliberate on the passage of vigilantism bill.

He also called on the Ministry of Health and the Labor Ministry to quickly intervene in the mortuary workers strike to address their plight and concern.

‘’Mortuary workers deserve a better working condition and salary considering the nature and how critical their service is to the good people of Ghana,’’ he noted.

The responsibility of preserving dead bodies lyres in their hands so let’s appreciate and encourage them to discharge their duties appropriately.

Mr. Saka touched on the annual flooding been experienced in some parts of Accra during the raining season, asking relevant authorities how prepared they are during such moments.

He added his voice to other persons who are calling authorities to enforce by-laws of the various assemblies to eradicate the littering and throwing of rubbish in Accra.

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