- Bernard Mornah has revealed that he is ready to exchange his life for the truth instead of apologise for whatever he said
- Mornah insisted that he will not apologise and take back his words
- According to him, they can kill or jail him but he won't budge
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The Chairman of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Bernard Mornah has revealed that he is ready to exchange his life for the truth instead of apologise for whatever he said.
He said if that's what the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service wants, then he is ready to give it.
“We’ll beat and kill each other” should confusion arise at any voter ID card registration centre during the Electoral Commission’s forthcoming exercise to compile a new register," he earlier said.
Speaking on NEAT FM’s morning show ‘Ghana Montie’ Mornah insisted that he will not apologise and take back his words.
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“...if the CID is inviting me because of what I said, I will go and I will repeat the same thing there.
I will say it in exactly the same way; what I said. If they [CID] want my life, I will give it to them freely. I will not be guarded and cease from saying what I feel will lead the country to peace and stability. They can kill me, they can jail me but that will not deter me from what I said. I will die but will still say it,” he emphatically stated.
The PNC chairman expected to honour the invitation on Tuesday, 2nd June 2020 at 10 am at the CID headquarters for making comments that is believed could create confusion.
According to the CID, Mornah made the statement during a press conference by the Inter-Party Resistance Against New Register (IPRAN) on 26 May 2020.
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Okudzeto Ablakwa said there should be nothing to hide with regards to the coronavirus disease since it is not a death sentence.
In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, he asked that the "leadership by example" principle should be adopted in order to avoid stigmatisation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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