Your ‘conduct at press conference’ is equal to that of ‘NPP footsoldier’-NDC tackles Bossman
“Your conduct at your recent press conference is equal to that of NPP footsoldier who has been directed by NPP Headquarters or Jubilee House to read party statement”, General Secretary of NDC Johnson Asiedu Nketiah told Deputy Commissioner of Electoral Commission in-charge of Corporate Services Dr. Bossman Asare at a press conference today.
According to Asiedu Nketiah, Jean Mensa and her Deputy Bossman Asare’s post-election posture amount to arrogance, disrespectful and unprofessionalism.
Speaking at a press conference on Thursday 28 October 2021 in Accra, Asiedu Nketiah said “the opposition party will file
official complaints with the police to probe allegations of excess one million printed ballot papers”.
He expressed during a question and answer session at the party Headquarters in Accra that, the NDC has no other decision than to acknowledge the demand by the Electoral Commission that the Police ought to research the charge of the printing of more than one million overabundance ballot papers.
He noted that the NDC will supply IGP with enough evidence to probe the matter.
He said Ghanaians are observers to viral recordings of people who were captured by the police with thumb-printed voting papers that had the authority mark of the Electoral Commission.
With this turn of events, the Electoral Commission unmistakably duty-bound to respond to how its authority mark found it’s ways to such ballot papers.
“Stamps of the EC found their direction under the control of unapproved people who utilized same to execute electing misrepresentation.
He further charged the new IGP to show a similar responsibility he has so far displayed in carrying wayward individuals from the general public to book over offenses, on the more genuine wrongdoings of extra legal killings.
It bums conviction that “Bossman Asare would now join the call for investigations concerning the killing of eight Ghanaians ten (10) entire months after the police administration had guaranteed Ghanaians it was investigating the killings”.
Truly “there is no genuine interest with respect to the police and the Government to bring the culprits or the intolerable violations to equity in light of the fact that the killings served the purpose of the Akuffo Addo-Bawumia government due to their inordinate desire to hold onto power at all cost”.
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