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General News Sun, 10 Feb 2019

May Akufo-Addo never burn Ghana — NDC’s Sir Abdullah declares fasting and prayers

A Communications team member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sir Abdullah has revealed that he has gone into days of fasting and prayer to change the heart of the Commander-In-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo not to put the country in disarray even before the 2020 polls.

According to Sir Abdullah, it is his prayer and that of well-meaning Ghanaians that Allah gives the President a decisive, compassionate heart and the disciplined mind to take action on his straying appointees as the country to prepare for the 2020 elections taking the violence that characterized the recently held Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election as an early warning signal.

“Upon sober reflection due to the current happenings of lawlessness and vandalism that you are superintending over in our dear country, It baffles my mind how you issued a congratulatory message. You belittled the spate of anarchy that engulfed the elections forcing a major political party to withdraw from it in the name of protecting the current peace we are enjoying. Assuming the other political leaders had issued a fiat to their supporters to also attack others who belong to your party in the constituency, what would have happened? Would we have been enjoying the atmosphere that made you have the peace to issue the congratulatory message?” he asked in a statement copied to MyNewsGh.com.

“I also want to inquire to know if the current happenings are things that have received your blessings because the situation seems to be getting more frightening as days pass by. I don’t want to believe that the all-die-be-die coupled with “kakra a yEkyErE w) Atiwa” pronouncements is what is leading to the unleashing of your ”Mad Elephant Babies” to brutalize and shot at innocent and harmless Voters” he added.



Read the rest of his text below;

I also want to know if you are okay now Mr President, about the recent attack by your party’s Youth organiser, Henry Nana Boakye’s (who also doubles as your appointee) physical assault on the NDC’s communication officer, Sammy Gyamfi on Asempa Fm since the former claimed to have done that because Sammy Gyamfi had insulted you, Mr President.

I have always known that lawyers and human right activists are the most Tolerant, Law Abiding, Compassionate and Forgiving people who stand to defend the rights of other fellows when it is trampled upon. In your case, I am honestly seeing the opposite at this very critical time of your governance. I thought by now, some of your appointees who took these decisions of national disinterest would have been relieved off their duties to send a clear signal to others but it is rather the opposite.

On the 7th of January, 2017, during your inaugural speech (some plagiarized though) you called on all Ghanaians to be Citizens, not Spectators so why then do we see the opposite?

Again, you sworn an oath on the same day to protect every Ghanaian; and this is rather the opposite of what we are seeing under your watch as President.

Source: mynewsgh.com
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