The Savannah Regional Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Mr.Salisu Be-Awurbi, has admonished the security agencies to forewarn the Akufo-Addo led government on the dangerous path it has taken this country.
According to him, the adamant insistence of the government of the day to foment trouble through the Electoral Commission of Ghana in the wake of the deadly Coronavirus is most unfortunate.
He noted that the security agencies would have been rendering service to the nation if they decline from taken wrongful commands from government which may end up not favouring them.
In a strongly worded message, the NDC scribe disclosed that the security agencies may end up incurring the wrath of Ghanaians if they yield to government pressure in the needless attempt to compile a new voters register.
The student lawyer said he knows our men and women in uniform are not happy with the actions and inactions of the government of the day and the EC and are hiding to discuss same in close doors, but can't openly criticise government.
"I know when you want to speak, it is on purpose, crisp and to the point. I know your silent silent speech is loud and deafening. Speak Clearly to your commanders to warn the Government on the dangerous path that they are taking this country through. That you can't resist the fury of the masses and the ravages of Coronavirus pandemic," he cautioned.
Mr.Bi-Awurbi urged the security personnel of the country to keep in mind that many of their colleagues are already battling with the deadly Coronavirus. Some have also lost their lives to this deadly virus, whilst others are under mandatory quarantine due to the needles exposure they have been subjected to by political superiors.
He said in yielding to the needless pressure from government, our men and women in uniform should remember their families and the peace that all Ghanaians are currently enjoying.
He appealed to the security of the country to prefer dying in defence of mother Ghana and not a foolish, unconscionable and unreasonable political manipulation and manoeuvres.
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