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Member of Parliament for Tamale North Alhassan Suhuyini, has stated that Ghanaian’s have voted for democratization of violence when they voted for President Akufo-Addo in the 2016 general elections.
Speaking on Radio Gold’s ‘Alhaji & Alhaji’ in wake of pro-New Patriotic Party group Delta Forces attack on the a Circuit Court in the Ashanti region, Alhassan Suhuyini said Ghanaian’s have voted for the democratization of violence and are reaping the effect of it.
“I am surprise that we are all pretending that we voted for the democratization of violence and yet we are surprise or pretending to be surprise when the fruits are beginning to show because clearly the warning signs has always been on the wall yet we ignored and as a people we decided that we want to try this democratization of violence and that is exactly what we are reaping and for me what happening as far as the operations of Delta Force, invisible force and all the other forces are concern does not surprise me as much as the surprise that civil societies and media and well-meaning Ghanaians are displaying because have we not been told about our current president before we was elected to be president, beyond what we have been told what haven’t we seen you can forgive people who perhaps are younger than 18 or perhaps just turn 18 in the last election..”
“ but he is somebody who has been in our politics for a very long time and so even if you did not believe the cautions you saw some of the things that he supervise as an active politician in these country I’m we remember what his very good friend Kofi Kumson said when he tried the first time to lead the NPP in to an election his very good cautioned this nation that he won’t be able to sleep with that man as president, why do you think he express those fears he said It clearly that he won’t be able to sleep with that man as president so why are we surprise that we are unable to sleep today that he is president that was his friend..”
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