Former President Jerry John Rawlings has issued a statement warning the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) and its members to stop using his pictures in designing campaign flyers.
He said the practice was unethical, especially with the approaching December elections.
“The office of Flt. Lt. Jerry John Rawlings has noted with concern the proliferation on social media platforms of computer generated New Patriotic Party (NPP) graphics and flyers using the image of the former President with accompanying campaign slogans.
“The office wishes to caution those who are producing these party materials to desist from such unethical practice at this crucial period,” the statement said.
Mr Rawlings also denied claims that he criticised people signing a petition to persuade President Mahama to pardon the jailed Montie three, describing the claims as “false and a total fabrication”.