Akufo-Addo ‘most lawless’ Prez to rule Ghana-Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe
Founding Member of NPP Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe has observed that President Akufo-Addo is the “most lawless” president to govern Ghana.
In his view, the president doesn’t put stock in law and order.
As far as he might be concerned, the president’s undemocratic acting, as of late, “has found its direction into the local government elections”
Talking at a question and answer session on the new affirmation of metropolitan, Municipal, and District Assemblies’ elections on Thursday, 28 October 2021, the suspended sturdy of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) reminded Ghanaians that deciding in favour of MMDCEs should be done in a free and reasonable way.
He stated that “our congregations are comprised of specialists, chosen get together individuals from the different appointive regions inside the area, bosses and assessment heads”, adding: “These individuals are relied upon to be individuals of honesty, conviction, development or more all [have] the improvement of their region on a basic level”.
“These individuals, per our Constitution, must, consistently, be permitted to decide in favour of or against any representative who is assigned by the president with no impedance or impulse except for by their own conviction”, he contended.
“This is a sole right given to individuals for which nobody will impact in any shape or structure, by danger, terrorizing, attack or tension that will meddle with the activity of such right.”
Dr Nyaho-Tamakloe wailed over that despite the fact that Ghana keeps on developing, the country’s development should be found in its decentralization framework to help harmony and improvement in the territories yet that isn’t what’s going on.
As he would like to think, this administration, driven by Nana Akufo-Addo, “has taken our dear country back.”
Advocating his point, he said: “Taking a gander at happenings in the new affirmation of CEOs at the different congregations, these demonstrations can’t be overlooked on the grounds that it is sabotaging the majority rules system that we have delighted in for the beyond 28 years and as yet counting.”
He clarified further that “the Local Government Act 2016 (Act 936) (segment 21) commands the gathering individuals to go through a majority rule process in affirming the separate assignments made by government” yet “what did we find in the different congregations in the just finished District Chief leader affirmations?” he tested.
Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe affirmed that the affirmation of MMDCEs saw “savagery, arrangement of NPP vigilantes dressed in military uniform to keep get together individuals from casting a ballot and, at times, kept them from entering the lobbies where the races was to happen.”
Refering to MMDCEs, he said “on account of Kumawu, the Honorable individual from parliament for that space, who is important for the sythesis of the gathering, was denied passage into the democratic corridor. This disastrous occurrence can’t be neglected and the required specialists should be called to book.”
“The issue of pay off, in certain gatherings including Cape Coast, couldn’t be named as fair. In Assin South, 16 gathering individuals needed to conjure curses on the local pastor and the police leader and the DCE for keeping them from casting a ballot after they later understood the scene for casting a ballot had changed to one more setting without illuminating them,” he expressed.
“What kind of majority rule are we rehearsing?” Dr Nyaho-Tamakloe tested, adding: “Our party depended on fair standards and a few of us will ensure that we return to our foundations. Our underlying foundations have been majority rule and it will keep on being so.”
Refering to some more areas, he said: “Ga Central in the Greater Accra area encountered some brutality where the managing individual from the gathering was attacked and the Achiase region was not absolved from this ridiculous demonstration… ”
“Ghana, as a nation, can’t proceed like this under this NPP government drove by Nana Akufo-Addo. This demonstrates how disliked and disillusioned individuals of this nation are against the undemocratic moves by this current government.”
A significant number of these happenings, Dr Nyaho-Tamakloe said, “happened in regions where the old CEOs were re-designated for the subsequent time and the most reasons given by the gathering individuals for dismissing them are absence of advancement in their regions, absence of good human relations with respect to the Assemblies and numerous different reasons. The Assemblies are, to be sure, experiencing the deeds of their appointer, who has kept the gatherings from their normal asset for four quarters and had once again introduced the covering framework to remove a portion of the monies… ”
Dr Nyaho-Tamakloe has, consequently, approached the public authority, the Ghana police administration drove by IGP Dr George Akuffo Dampare and the parliament of Ghana to, as an issue of direness, research “these happenings in the different congregations to bring these culprits of this undemocratic demonstrations to book.”
Source : africaneditors.com
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