DropThatChamber soldier must be named National Hero - Economic Fighters

DropThatChamber soldier must be named National Hero - Economic Fighters

- The soldier involved in the DropThatChamber controversy has been released

- According to the Economic Fighters League, he needs to be celebrated as a National Hero

- This, according to Ernesto Yeboah, was because he did what many soldiers were afraid to do

Leader of Economic Fighters League, Ernesto Yeboah, has said that the soldier involved in the DropThatChamber controversy needs to be celebrated as a national hero

According to Ernesto, the army man deserves the accolade due to his high-spirited, bold and outspoken personality despite the conditions of service in the army to speak against the government.

Ernesto added that none of his colleagues would dream about doing even if they were given the chance to do so.

The DropThatChamber crusader said on July 27, 2019, the leadership of EFL, paid Lance Corporal Wassa at the Recce guard room in Burma camp

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"For a person to become a soldier, it take one who loves his/ her country more than himself to to that. So for him to come out to say what he said, he has the country at heart," he said

Speaking to neat FM, Yeboah said Lance Corporal Wassa just like Major Mahama, had a gun he could have used to drive home his argument of not supporting the new chamber but he was treated like he had done something really bad.

"I think the soldier recording a message to the president stating obvious reasons was the most noble thing any armed personnel like Wassa would have done. On that basis he deserves a national honor and not just his freedom" Ernesto reiterated.

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According to President Akufo-Addo, a total of 1.2 million children would be enrolled in the Senior High Schools

The president made this known while delivering his keynote address at the 4th graduation ceremony of the University of Energy and Natural Resources, Sunyani, in the Bono Region.

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