- Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe has reproached Akufo-Addo for what he believes to be autocracy and dictatorship under his administration
- According to him, that could plunge the country into chaos
- He added that the true character of the President, as a human rights lawyer, must be brought to the fore to address negative issues
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Dr. Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe, a founding member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has reproached President Akufo-Addo for what he believes to be autocracy and dictatorship under his administration.
According to him, the worrying incidents that happen under Akufo-Addo could possibly plunge the country into chaos.
A report filed by Kasapa FM that quoted Nyaho-Tamakloe stated that there is no doubt that there is political tension in the country.
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“As a founding member of the NPP, a party whose philosophy is underpinned by democratic principles, I am deeply worried about what is happening in our dear country,” he said.
He added that the true character of the president, as a human rights lawyer, must be brought to the fore.
This, he said could help address the negative issues that continue to haunt the good conscience of Ghanaians.
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In other news, Ghana's Parliament is set to come to an agreement to allow the Electoral Commission to use the Ghana Card and Passports as the means of identification for the new voters' roll.
In a 102 against a 96 decision in favor of the amendment of the Constitutional Instrument, the EC has been given the go-ahead to begin the compilation of the voters' register on June 30.
This vote also goes to say the existing voters' ID will not be valid and allowed as a means of identification to register for the new voters' register.
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