Abdul Malik Kweku Baako, the editor in chief of the New Crusading Guide, has condemned President John Mahama for describing Nana Akufo-Addo as a divisive leader who would destool chiefs if he became president.
Mahama had said at a National Democratic Congress (NDC) rally at Suhum in the Eastern Region that Akufo’s divisiveness would lead him to destool chiefs who would criticise his government if he won power.
But in a reaction on Accra-based Peace FM, Kweku Baako had harsh words for the president, whose comments he described as unfair.
He said Mahama knew that the constitution does not give the president the power to destool chiefs yet he went ahead to accuse Akufo-Addo of planning to do that.
Mr Baako went on to imply that the president behaved like a “serial caller” by making that assertion.
"I think there are things we should stop saying because it is not right. I don’t think it is fair that he said that…this is obviously something that should be left for the serial callers,” he said.