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Mr Spio-Garbrah, former Minister of Education has told the NPP not to panic at the utterances of ex-president J.J Rawlings because his mouth is neither a gun nor a knife, reports the Independent.
He referred to the June 4 anniversary “boom boom” address by the former President and his subsequent BBC interview and reiterated that ex-President Rawlings did not mean any harm with these statements.
According to Mr Spio-Garbrah the NDC does not believe in coups, claiming that the country has reached a stage where no political party can withstand it.
Spio-Garbrah, who is currently the chairman of the NDC Media Committee, was addressing a meeting of the party’s constituencies in the Shama Ahanta East Metropolitan Area at Sekondi recently.
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