Ghanaians must sack the current NPP administration - Agalga

James Agalga Ls James Agalga, MP for Bulsa North

Sat, 3 Mar 2018 Source: ghanaguardian.com

James Agalga, the Member of Parliament for the Bulsa North constituency in the Upper East region while speaking on behalf of the Minority in Parliament has said that the citizens of Ghana should take out the Nana Addo led administration rather than calling for the rustication of the Inspector General of Police.

He said that,"...Those of you calling for the IGP to be sacked, you should be calling for the NPP as a whole to be sacked including the Vice-President."

Hon. Agalga believes that, the current administration should be held accountable for the broad day robberies and killings across the country.

“Ghana under President Akufo-Addo is not a safe place to be. The president appears to care less about the unlawful activities of pro-NPP vigilante groups. He failed to act at the very outset of his administration when a police officer was assaulted at the presidency.

“In the midst of these extremely frightening security situations, the president prefers to globetrot and rub shoulders with world leaders and deliver speeches of doubtful importance and is yet to utter a word of comfort to scared Ghanaians.

“It is almost as if Ghana has no leader. All this is happening at a time President Akufo-Addo has set up the most heavily populated security architecture comprising National Security Minister, Minister in charge of National Security, Minister of Interior, Minister of Defence, National Security Advisor, National Security Coordinator, Director of Presidential Security, Inspector General of Police, the Chief of Defence Staff, Director of BNI, Director of Defence Intelligence, Director of Research amongst others,” he stated.

Over the cause of the week, the country has woken to news of robbery as well as killings, this has stirred up fear in the citizens.

At least there has been nearly three attack reports only by the last week of February as well as different reports of such regards since the Akufo Addo administration took over office in January 2017.

The national security is however on the alert to bring such issues that questions their capabilities to a rest.

Source: ghanaguardian.com