Madam Anita Disoso, the first vice chairperson of the National Democratic Congress has indicated that to keep government from ejecting former president Mahama from his current residence, they would mobilise women from the party to storm the compound.
According to her, John Mahama's request to remain in the vice-presidential quarters in Cantoments had already been approved by parliament.
A statement from the office of the former president also stated that parliament and the new administration had reached an agreement to let Mahama maintain the residence.
However, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the spokesperson for the transition team denied claims that the request by the former president had been approved.
Anita Disoso nevertheless insists that the request was granted and the current refusal of the NPP to acknowledge it is to only disparage the former president, and challenged the new administration to dare eject Mahama.
"Parliament has approved the request by the former president but if the NPP still insist they do not want to occupy the Australian House and still want the one being occupied by former President John Dramani Mahama, then they should go and eject him. They should dare eject him…If they have the effrontery, they should go to the residence and eject Mahama because they will be digging their own pit and not ours," she said.
She further stated, "anyways, by the time they will get there, I would have mobilised our women to protect the former president. When they finish killing us, then they go ahead and eject him. They want to embarrass him. They should go ahead and embarrass him. Is that not what they want to do? We do not have anything to say to them but we are waiting for them. They should come over to his residence, we are waiting for them."